ARLINGTON, Texas Sean Lee has been spending the last few months adjusting to a new defensive scheme. Although he'll still be playing in the middle of the field, the Dallas Cowboys linebacker is trying to get used to having only two other linebackers alongside of him.
During the 2013 Reliant Home Run Derby at Rangers Ballpark on Wednesday, Lee said he's enjoying the change to a 4-3 scheme that is "suited great" for Dallas' defensive line and defensive backfield. Lee says Monte Kiffin's defense gives the team a chance to be more consistent, something they have struggled with on that side of the ball in recent years.
"Learning the new defense, it's been awesome with Coach Kiffin," Lee said. "The intensity we've had this spring has been great and we have to carry that over to OTAs and bring that to camp."
Lee had arguably been the Cowboys' top defender during the first six games of the 2012 season, recording a team-high 58 tackles, deflecting three passes and intercepting another. B...