Standout linebacker Sean Lee, who missed the entire 2014 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, is inching toward full participation in Cowboys practice.
The Cowboys are keeping a “governor” on the gung-ho Sean Lee, almost as a way to protect himself against himself. But a year after ACL surgery. the standout linebacker is ready to cut loose.
The Dallas Cowboys front office has done its part. Finally, it’s about whistles and jerseys and work on the practice field as Dallas launches into this week’s three-day OTA at Valley Ranch starting today.
Who plays more games next season: Rolando McClain or Sean Lee?
Free-agent middle linebacker Jasper Brinkley joined the Cowboys on Thursday. But that doesn’t mean Dallas has changed its mind on Rolando McClain making Valley Ranch his home.
Sean Lee had plans. Not just plans for the Dallas Cowboys 2014 campaign, but also for the team’s trip to London. Once again, those plans have changed.
Cowboys fans have a vision: 2014 middle linebacker Rolando McClain, playing like a Pro Bowler as he is, paired with his predecessor, the injured-for-this-season middle linebacker Sean Lee, playing like the Pro Bowler he is projected to be
It’s obvious the impact that linebacker Rolando McClain is having on the Cowboys defense this season. But it’s intriguing to think what his future might hold alongside Sean Lee.
Rolando McClain is expected to start in Sunday’s opener against San Francisco. The Cowboys apparently have seen enough to believe he’s the replacement for Sean Lee.
The 2014 NFL season has yet to begin, and some of the game’s top players are already suffering from potential serious injuries.
Linebacker Justin Durant is most likely to start in Lee’s place a year after the Cowboys signed him more for depth at linebacker than anything else.
The Cowboys have acquired the rights to former Baltimore linebacker Rolando McClain and are placing Sean Lee on season-ending injured reserve with a torn knee ligament.