Jerry Jones figures the Dallas Cowboys will be better on defense even without linebacker Sean Lee.
The Cowboys continued to maintain that this is essentially a torn ACL. Sources tell us, however, that Lee was informed that the damage sustained could be more serious than that.
Sean Lee’s knee injury in the first Cowboys offseason practice gives Justin Durant a chance to be the starting middle linebacker. But that idea turns the veteran’s stomach.
The national media seems more in search of an attention-getting story than the Cowboys are in search of a veteran middle linebacker to replace out-for-the-season starter Sean Lee.
Both teams have suffered crucial injuries with the loss of Prince Fielder and Sean Lee. Which is more significant?
Sean Lee’s injury was devastating, but believe it or not, there are plenty of reasons to believe that the Cowboys defense could be BETTER in 2014.
When Sean Lee’s left leg slid out from under him and he didn’t get up, teammate Barry Church figured the Dallas Cowboys were in for some bad news on the first day of off-season practice.
The Dallas Cowboys braced themselves for “a fear-the-worst deal’ regarding middle linebacker Sean Lee’s left knee injury.
On the first day of OTAs, Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee suffered an apparent injury and was helped of the field by team trainers.
The Cowboys began the execution of their year-long plan to get under the NFL salary cap of $134 million by “flipping the switch’’ on clauses in the contracts of Tony Romo, Sean Lee and Orlando Scandrick.
Lee attended Tuesday’s closing arguments in a Dallas courtroom sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with Brent, who now awaits jury deliberation after being charged with intoxication manslaughter in the December 2012 death of his friend, Cowboys practice-squadder Jerry Brown.
Jurors on Tuesday began deliberating the intoxication manslaughter case against former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent, who is accused of drunkenly crashing his car during a night out and killing his passenger, who was a close friend and teammate.