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What Went Right The Cowboys on Sunday against the Panthers displayed the ability to overcome diversity. This is a trait that every great team in the last decade has shown, and it is great to finally see a glimmer of it in our team. As Sean Lee came out of the game with an ankle injury, we lost not only our leading tackler, but our defensive general as well. However, Dan Conner stepped right up [...]The post Analysis on the Dallas Cowboy’s Play appeared first on Lone Star Struck.
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IRVING An MRI on the right big toe of Dallas Cowboys defensive leader Sean Lee may have revealed torn ligaments, leading to the possibility of season-ending surgery for the budding inside linebacker star.
On Sunday, after returning home from Carolina where his Cowboys had won 19-14, I asked Lee about his prognosis. He was wearing sneakers instead of dress shoes while exiting the...
The Dallas Cowboys‘ injury woes continue. The Dallas Morning News is reporting that stud middle linebacker Sean Lee will miss the remainder of the season with a toe injury.
David Moore reported that Lee will have surgery on his right big toe after he injured his big toe in the third quarter of the Cowboys’ 19-14 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
Lee had an MRI on...
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is facing surgery on his right big toe.
According to several reports Tuesday night, including one on the team's own website, Lee has ligament damage in his toe that will require surgery and could end his season.
Lee, the team's leading tackler with 58 stops, got hurt in the second half of Sunday's win at Carolina. He was on crutches...
Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee Out For Remainder Of Season -
Dallas Cowboys stud linebacker Sean Lee will miss the rest of this season due to a toe injury he suffered during the teams game against the Panthers.
Lee underwent an MRI Tuesday night, which revealed how serious the damage was, according to the ‘Dallas Morning News’.
This is a huge loss for the Cowboys defense. Lee has...
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee might need season ending toe surgery. This would be a huge blow to the Cowboys’ defense, which has been very … Continue reading »
Dallas Cowboys leading tackler Sean Lee has been placed on injured reserve and will miss the rest of the season because of a right big toe injury.
Coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that Lee will have surgery in the ''next week or so.'' Garrett says an MRI showed ligament damage that will require the surgery and end hopes of Lee possibly being able to return in four...
According to Kimberly Jones of the NFL Network, Jets head coach Rex Ryan says that his brother Rob Ryan was “literally crying on the phone” when he found out that … Continue reading »
The Dallas Cowboys have placed both linebacker Sean Lee and punter Chris Jones on season ending injured reserve. They signed safety Charlie Peprah and linebacker Ernie Sims. Dan Connor will … Continue reading »
According to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee will undergo surgery on his right toe. He’s officially done for the season. Dan Connor will start … Continue reading »
IRVING, Texas It's not an easy thing to lose your leading tackler and defensive leader, but the Cowboys were doing their best to keep a positive attitude Wednesday.
After learning that inside linebacker Sean Lee would miss the rest of the season with a toe injury, the Cowboys' mood at their Valley Ranch practice facility was somber yet determined.
"In this business...
Tweet After news broke Tuesday night that Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee was lost for the season due to a toe injury, the Cowboys are moving quickly to add some depth in Lee’s absence by signing free agent Ernie Sims. Sims played last season with the Indianapolis Colts, appearing in 13 games with four starts [...]
He’ll have season ending surgery on his toe. That about says it all. Go Cowboys.
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