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Cowboys Linebacker Corps: There's Sean Lee, Then...

Cowboys Linebacker Corps: There's Sean Lee, Then...

The position is no longer as solid as it once seemed. Heading into the 2013 season, it appeared that the Cowboys were set at linebacker. They had their three starters, only the backups were question marks. Sean Lee was the man in the middle, Bruce Carter was supposed to excel as the weakside 'backer after a very promising 2012, and free agent Justin Durant was cast as the solid veteran on the strongside. As the season played out, a new narrative formed. Lee was great until he got hurt, again. Carter under-performed in a major way. And Durant was serviceable at times, a liability at...
Blogging The Boys Mar 19, 2014

Sean Lee Cleared By Doctors For Offseason Activities

The oft-injured Dallas middle linebacker returns to the team after missing the end of the season due to hamstring and neck ligament injuries that ended his 2013 season.. By now we know that Sean Lee suffers more than his share of injury issues, primarily due to the style of play that he brings to the game. Lee plays football by going all out on every snap, and while this endears him to the fans, it also exposes him to the harsh realities of a violent sport. For the Cowboys, this means that Sean has yet to play a full 16-game season. He is currently looking at ways that he can maintain his...

Cowboys LB Sean Lee returns to workouts three months after injury

Three months after suffering a neck injury that ended his season, Sean Lee has been cleared to return to off-season workouts. Lee is taking part in individual workouts at Valley Ranch now and will be allowed to participate in the …
Rotoworld Mar 19, 2014

Cowboys LB Sean Lee (neck) cleared for OTAs - Sean Lee (LB) Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys MLB Sean Lee (neck) has been cleared for offseason workouts.
KFFL Mar 19, 2014

Cowboys | Sean Lee cleared

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Cleaning up some Cowboys' cap issues

IRVING, Texas – As the Dallas Cowboys ponder what to do with Henry Melton, Jared Allen and Brandon Weeden, let's clean up some salary-cap issues. First the good news: Well, for Tony Romo and Sean Lee it's good news. Romo and Lee will receive $5 million payments on their deferred signing bonus money this week. Romo received a $25 million signing bonus last year as part of his six-year, $106 million extension. Lee received a $10 million signing bonus last summer as part of a six-year, $42 million extension.

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