ARLINGTON, Texas -- Following Sunday's 44-7 victory over the Buffalo Bills, Cowboys inside linebacker Sean Lee said his injured left wrist is healing faster than he thought.
Lee, who led the Cowboys with four tackles, played with a club-like cast on his left wrist and hand. The second-year starter said he played through "manageable" pain in his dislocated wrist despite taking some pain medication before the noon kickoff.
But as Lee pointed out, there's only so much that pain medicine can do for the type of injury he suffered.
"There's no way around broken bones and torn ligaments," he said. "It's going to hurt. It was pain that will hopefully get better week-to-week. I think the more I play with the cast the better I'll get."
Although he said it was "frustrating" to play with the "heavy" protection, there appears to be some good news for the second-round pick out of Penn State.
"It's healing faster t...