When Joe Haden went down with a leg injury in the Steelers’ 20-17 win against the Colts Sunday, Coty Sensabaugh took over as the No. 2 cornerback on the NFL’s No. 2-ranked pass defense without having played a down on defense as a member of the Steelers.
After seeing the field only on special teams through the team’s first eight games, Sensabaugh had to step right into a starring role in the secondary with little time to adjust. Off the field, though, the sixth-year cornerback has already made a big impact.
Sensabaugh and his wife, Dominique, teamed up with Food for the Hungry to build a water distribution system in Mateguasse, Haiti, that will service a new school the organization is building in the community.