Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Coach: Sensabaugh Likely Out For Season
Please keep one of our hometown Riverview-South Central Kingsport heros in your thoughts and prayers
STORY COURTESY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, 9/17/07
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jaguars safety Gerald Sensabaugh is probably out for the season after injuring his shoulder during Sunday’s 13-7 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Sensabaugh, a Kingsport native and Dobyns-Bennett High School alumnus, was to get a second opinion Monday, but Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio said he expected the third-year player to be placed on injured reserve.
“We think he’s going to need surgery,” Del Rio said.
Sensabaugh started the first two games for Jacksonville, but was benched against the Falcons after missing a tackle on the opening play. He later returned to the field but didn’t make a tackle.
Veteran Sammy Knight, signed just before the season, will replace him and play alongside first-round draft pick Reggie Nelson.
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