Dallas Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh was rather vague on the nature of his injury, but said he would play against the Seahawks on Sunday.

Sensabaugh didn’t practice in a light walkthrough on Monday because he said he had concussion-like symptoms. The injury likely occurred in last Wednesday’s season opener against the Giants.

However, the veteran played the entire game and Sensabaugh's injiury wasn't announced or reported.

The Cowboys had an extra day of practice Monday because they were off this weekend.

The team returns to practice on Wednesday in what is usually a full-padded session. There is a chance Sensabaugh could be held out of the practice for precautionary reasons.

Sensabaugh sustained a concussion against the Lions last season and missed the final three quarters.

If Sensabaugh’s status for Sunday’s game in Seattle is in question, the Cowboys might have to have a contingency plan, considering their injury woes at safety.

Danny McCray missed last week’s game with shoulder/stinger injury, but he told reporters Monday he plans on practicing this week and could play.

Rookie Matt Johnson (fourth-round pick from Eastern Washington) is likely out again with a hamstring injury. He was inactive last week and hasn’t practiced since he suffered the injury Aug. 25 against the Rams.

With Sensabaugh injured, it leaves only Barry Church and Mana Silva as the only healthy safeties on the roster. Cornerbacks Mario Butler and Orlando Scandrick have played some safety in the games.

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