Found October 31, 2011 on Dallas Cowboys And The NFL:
PHILADELPHIA – Cowboys inside linebacker Sean Lee walked out of the visiting locker room at the Linc sporting a cast over his right wrist. Lee was injured in the first half of Sunday’s 34-7 drubbing at the hands of the Eagles. Initial X-rays were negative, but he did not return. Owner Jerry Jones said he is hopeful Lee’s injury is just a dislocation rather than a break. Lee will be re-evaluated Monday at Valley Ranch. He was replaced by veteran Keith Brooking. “Sean Lee has certainly been a very good football player for us,” but we feel good about Bradie James and Keith Brooking at linebacker when Sean was not in there.” Lee is the team’s leading tackler. He also leads in interceptions with three.
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