Found December 12, 2011 on Fox Sports Southwest:
ARLINGTON, Texas - Wearing a less-restrictive cast Sunday night for the first time in more than a month, Cowboys inside linebacker Sean Lee re-injured his left wrist. "I just sprained it a little bit, nothing serious," Lee said. "I'll be fine. I'll be rolling next week." Lee started the 37-34 loss to the New York Giants with a smaller cast that exposed his fingers. He had worn a cast that resembled a club the last four games to protect his injured wrist. Standing at his locker Sunday night, Lee explained that an adjustment was made in the second half because the wrap he wore entering the game, prevented his wrist from going backward but not forward. "We didn't expect to have issues with it going the other way," Lee said. "We modified it in the second half, ended up going with something that will work and we'll probably go forward with that." The second-year defender finished with a team-high eight tackles and an interception, the Giants' only turnover. -- Follow Jon Machota on Twitter: @jonmachota
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