Neck Injury Keeps Cowboys’ Lee Out Against Packers
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IRVING (AP) – Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against Green Bay because of a neck injury.
Lee was a limited participant in the first two practices this week after injuring his neck against Chicago on Monday. He didn’t practice Friday.
The Cowboys’ defensive leader missed the previous two games with a strained hamstring, and saye he injured his neck on the first play against the Bears. He tried to play through it but went to the locker room for good in the second half.
Lee missed the last 10 games of 2012 with a toe injury and has been sidelined 16 games in his four-year career.
Linebacker Bruce Carter and receiver Dwayne Harris also were ruled out with hamstring injuries.
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