Dennis Pitta of the Baltimore Ravens dives for a first...

Dennis Pitta of the Baltimore Ravens dives for a first down against Cody Sensabaugh of the New York Giants during the second half of the game at MetLife Stadium on Oct. 16, 2016 in East Rutherford, N.J. Credit: Getty Images / Michael Reaves

When Coty Sensabaugh was released from the Rams earlier this month, he and his family had many concerns. One of them was his wife’s airline ticket for the Rams’ upcoming game in London which seemed as if it would have to be returned.

But then the cornerback signed with the Giants. Suddenly that airline ticket came in handy.

“It wound up working out for us,” he said on Tuesday.

In a strange confluence of events, Sensabaugh will face his former team in just his second game with his new squad. What’s even more out of the ordinary is that he’ll receive a paycheck from both teams for the effort.

“The NFL is a weird business,” he said. “You can never be surprised by anything in this business. So many unforeseen things can happen at any given time, it’s just part of this business. It comes with the territory.”

Sensabaugh made it clear that his loyalties lie with his current employer. And he’s willing to spill on anything from the playbook to general philosophies.

“There’s a couple of little things that I may have remembered from going against them in camp and stuff, and I was on the defense so I’m pretty familiar with that,” he said. “I’m a Giant now, so anything the guys need to help win I’m all about winning. I’m excited about this week. It’s another opportunity to get another win. That’s what we’re aiming for.”

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