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During his weekly radio appearance, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted that he’s ‘very concerned” that linebacker Sean Lee (neck) may not play again this season.
Jerry Jones says he's "very concerned" Sean Lee might not make it back this year. Called Lee the "QB of the defense."
— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) December 17, 2013
Not getting Lee back would be huge, but he’s had injury concerns dating back to his days at Penn State. Shouldn’t be a surprise.
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