Found June 04, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Sean Lee
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys’ linebacker Sean Lee will be entering his fourth year with the team. Lee is no stranger to injury having missed 13 games combined in the past three seasons with 10 games alone last season after he suffered a toe injury. According to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas, Lee is feeling 100 percent and said he can even play a game tomorrow if he had to. Archer on Lee’s injury mentality. Because he is too familiar with injuries, Lee knew the stages of grief involved with missing games. He tried to help when he could but there was a feeling of hopelessness as the Cowboys missed the playoffs by a game for the second straight year. “At the facility I didn’t want to be moping around, but away from the facility and on game days, going home after a loss, that was the toughest,” Lee said. “Away games that we lost, the Atlanta game, that loss was hard to take. I felt like if I could be out there I’d help us win.” Many think Lee is getting ready to join the elite class of linebackers. If he can stay healthy, he certainly has all the tools to do so. Need NFL Tickets? The post Report: Cowboys LB Sean Lee feeling “100 percent” appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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