Found July 03, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Sean Lee
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com expects the Cowboys to sign linebacker Sean Lee to an extension before the start of the upcoming season.  Look for Lee to get a long-term contract extension before the beginning of the season. The Cowboys are looking for him to be a leader of this defense for a long time. Lee is certainly a talented player, but if I were the Cowboys I would wait until after this season to lock him up with a long-term deal.  He’s had injury concerns in college and now the NFL.   The best move for the Cowboys I would be to wait and see how Lee holds up in 2013. Need NFL Tickets? The post Cowboys expected to sign Sean Lee to an extension before the upcoming season appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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