Found May 09, 2013 on
Pro Football Zone:
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee told the Dallas Morning News that his toe is almost completely healthy.
“The toe is ready to go,” Lee said. “I’m pretty much 100 percent. I’ll be going through all the OTAs and it’s getting better and better every week. Other than some soreness after practice, I’m pretty much 100 percent.”
Lee says he would be able to play if there was a game tomorrow.
“Ever since college, I’ve really changed across the board how I’ve trained, how I try to recover, stretching, eating, every habit that can help me stay on the field,” Lee said. “Last year, the type of injury it was, I thought it was a fluke. It’s not much you really can do to avoid that. But I’m still at this stage trying to avoid injuries, and I have to find a way to stay on the field.
“If I want to be an effective player, I have to be on the field.”
Lee was a highly touted linebacker coming out of Penn State. The only concern was his ability to stay healthy. We’ll see if he can stay on the fi
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
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...
DeMarcus Ware has a new look.
The Cowboys' Pro Bowl linebacker on Wednesday took to Facebook to give fans a glimpse of his upgraded facemask, complete with eight horizontal bars. His last facemask contained just four bars.
"Getting my armor ready for the season....will be suited up for battle!" Ware wrote.
Similar to Giants defensive end Justin Tuck's, Ware...
Dez Bryant has admitted that his finger will never be the same after injuring it last season. The good news is that he believes he’s been catching the ball better with it the way it is. “It’s never going to be normal, but I promise you, it’s never going to be an issue,” Bryant, told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I’m ready to go and catch some footballs. I actually...
Jean-Jacques Taylor of ESPNDallas.com believes third round pick Terrance Williams is an insurance policy for Miles Austin, who’s had a hard time staying on the field over the past two years.
Taylor believes Williams could end up taking over for Austin and I agree with him. His production was off the charts at Baylor. Williams had 1,832 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns last...
The Dallas Cowboys have released quarterback Aaron Corp two days after signing him. They also waived defensive tackle Brian Price.
Corp was the third quarterback on the Cowboys' roster before the former Southern California backup was turned loose again Thursday.
Corp was set to start at USC in 2009 when he broke his left leg and Matt Barkley emerged as the starter. Corp transferred...
Sean Lee was selected by the Dallas Cowboys with the 55th overall selection in the 2010 NFL Draft. In 2012, Lee he had been the team’s top defender until he injured his toe and the team couldn’t replace his production. Lee has primarily played in a 3-4 system as an inside linebacker, but will move to middle linebacker ion the team’s new 4-3 defense. His size (6’2, 240) makes...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver’s Dez Bryant and Miles Austin have nothing but good things to say about rookie Terrence Williams.
“He’s a great receiver,” Bryant said.. “He can stretch the field. He can go deep. He can make a short-yardage play go long. He’s got that type of ability. He can go up and grab the ball. That’s what you want in the guy.
“…Whatever I know...
It's a well known fact that Tony Romo likes to play golf. It's also a fact that he happens to be quite good at it.Competing on several occasions in the annual Pro-Am at Pebble Beach, and trying on numerous times to qualify, albeit failing each time, for the U.S. Open.It is a hobby. Nothing more. If he wanted it to be more he would have dropped the shoulder pads for a pair...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have signed linebacker DeVonte Holloman, their sixth-round draft pick, to a four-year contract.
Holloman's deal was announced Friday along with the signings of 15 undrafted rookie free agents, including Akron quarterback Dalton Williams.
The Cowboys had four new linebackers for the first day of rookie minicamp in Brandon Magee of Arizona...
The Dallas Cowboys have signed defensive tackle Jerome Long after deciding against keeping the second-year player during rookie minicamp last month.
The signing of Long on Tuesday came five days after Dallas released defensive end Anthony Hargrove, one of the players suspended in the New Orleans bounty scandal.
Long was a seventh-round pick by the Kansas City Chiefs last year and...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has undergone surgery to repair the retina in his left eye.
Jones had sunglasses on while talking to reporters at the first day of rookie minicamp Friday. He did take the glasses off long enough to reveal the swollen eye.
The 70-year-old Jones said the eye should be fine. He said he didn't know when it was injured, and it could have been as...
Sliding on the defense in the 2013 NFL Draft may once again show with Jerry Jones being the decision maker, as they did not take a defensive player until their fourth pick; Georgia Southern safety, J.J. Wilcox. They went with another small school name in the fourth round, William & Mary cornerback, B.W. Webb. They did add an outside linebacker in the sixth round.The Cowboys are...
According to Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com, free agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh will sign with the Cowboys and retire.
Gerald Sensabaugh has decided to retire. He has signed with Cowboys and will be moved to retired list on Friday.
— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) May 9, 2013
Either Sensabaugh doesn’t want to play any longer or he’s not drawing much interest as a free agent...
ARLINGTON, Texas Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Jason Hatcher may have a fallback if his football career goes away.
The rest of the Cowboys who competed in Home Run Derby at Rangers Ballpark better stick to football.
The 6-6, 305-pound Hatcher won the derby and hit four legitimate home runs off former Rangers outfielder Kevin Mench. Two of the home runs went over the 404-foot...
Dez Bryant told reporters that his surgically-repaired finger will “never be normal but will never be an issue” according to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News
Bryant opted to continue playing last season and to delay having surgery until the end of the season. Apparently Bryant did some permanent damage to his finger but it never showed on the football field.