Found November 18, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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IRVING, Texas -- Sean Lee is a tough ******** who carries a huge load as the Dallas Cowboys defensive leader and who increasingly also carries with him the unfortunate reputation of being injury-prone. "I want to be on the field more than anything, but I've had trouble staying on the field," said Lee in a frank one-on-one interview with FOX Sports Southwest. "I want to rehab right, but I also want to rehab fast. It's my job to have pride in battling my way back onto the field." The Pro Bowl-caliber middle linebacker who leads Dallas in tackles and interceptions is being told the hamstring pull he sustained in a week ago in that embarrassing loss at New Orleans could sideline him for four weeks or more. That sounds safe and sensible. But to borrow one of his go-to words he's utilized after all five of Dallas' losses this year, missing four weeks is "unacceptable." Says Lee: "I'm exploring every avenue possible to come back as ...
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