• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Cowboys LB Sean Lee probable for game against Patriots

    Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee (concussion) has been designated as probable for the Sunday battle against New England.Despite exiting with a concussion in the first half of the Week 4 loss to the Saints, Lee is on pace for 144 tackles. Facing a fast-paced, high-powered New England offense, Lee is one of the better Individual Defensive Player options this week. He's also one of the better options for the entire season, with his ability to stay healthy the only real concern.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee limited Thursday

    Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee (concussion) was limited in Thursday's practice, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.Lee was removed in the first quarter of Sunday's loss to the Saints due to a concussion, but his presence on the field Thursday indicates that he may soon receive clearance from the league's protocol for head injuries. Once he's cleared, he'll resume his role as the Cowboys' starting weak-side linebacker, from which he's accrued a team-high 36 tackles this season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Jerry Jones expecting Cowboys LB Sean Lee to play Week 5

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones expects linebacker Sean Lee (concussion) to play against the Patriots on Sunday, The Dallas Morning News reports.Lee has a long history of injury concerns, but concussions haven't been one of his bigger issues. Of course, recovery from concussions is tough to predict, and Lee still needs to make it through the NFL's protocol. He suffered the injury during Sunday's loss to the Saints, leaving him with 36 tackles through the first four games of the season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Cowboys LB Sean Lee racks up 10 tackles Week 3

    Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) and a sack in Sunday's Week 3 matchup against the Falcons. After earning the NFC Defensive Player of the Week following last week's contest, Lee followed it up with another impressive performance. He led the team in tackles, which will likely be a regular occurrence in 2015, assuming he stays healthy. Lee is a solid IDP at the linebacker position.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Cowboys LB Sean Lee a menace to Eagles in Sunday victory

    Premier skill position players are dropping like flies for the Cowboys, but at least they still have linebacker Sean Lee, who remained on a roll Sunday against the Eagles. Lee had a huge game, recording 14 tackles (nine solo) and intercepting a Sam Bradford pass in the end zone. Lee was constantly in the Philadelphia backfield disrupting the ground attack. He was the biggest reason DeMarco Murray was held to just two yards rushing on 13 carries. As long as he can stay healthy, Lee should remain a major asset in Individual Defensive Player leagues.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Cowboys LB Sean Lee says he'll be healthy for training camp

    Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has no doubts he'll be 100 percent ready when training camp opens next month, reports the team's official website. Lee missed the 2014 season after he tore his ACL. He has been able to participate in individual drills, but the team has kept him out of team drills during offseason workouts.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Cowboys LB Sean Lee (knee) says he ready to go

    Although the regular season is still more than three months away, Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee said Wednesday he could play tomorrow if needed, reports the team's official website. "I think I'm ready to go, full go," Lee said. "If I'm out there doing a drill or any part of practice, I feel completely comfortable. I feel like I could play again tomorrow if need be." Lee missed the 2014 season after he tore the ACL in his knee during OTAs last offseason. The team is limiting him to individual drills for now, which Lee said he understands. "I think anytime with an injury, you never want to skip a step in the progression," he said. "You always want to progress properly and that's what they're doing for me."

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Cowboys excited and cautious with return of LB Sean Lee

    Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee tore his ACL during organized team activities last year. This year, he has been limited to individual drills during non-padded parctices, per The Dallas Morning News. Cowboys linebackers coach Matt Eberflus said the team is happy to have Lee back but that they will pace him along slowly. "He's a ball of energy and excitement and that represents who we are," Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli said. "He's moving well. We're just being smart as we get him ready to go. But he's got a lot of good quality work in."

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Cowboys LB coach: Sean Lee 'super excited' to play weakside LB

    If the Cowboys bring back linebacker Rolando McClain, then it is assumed linebacker Sean Lee will be moved to the weakside, per The Dallas Morning News. Lee missed the 2014 season due to a torn ACL. "If it says 'linebacker' behind the position, I think he's going to be okay," Cowboys linebackers coach Matt Eberflus said of Lee. "I think that, like I said, we'll tie all these guys together and see how they fit. And we'll find the best position for them…. Sean's uniqueness in his ability, like a few other guys that we've had, he's able to play all positions. He can really play all positions. That's what makes him a valuable asset to our defense. He will certainly be good once we get him there and get him going. He's really super excited and so am I."

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Cowboys' Stephen Jones: LB Sean Lee should practice in OTAs

    The Cowboys are expected to have a key component to their defense back this spring. Via the Dallas Morning News, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said linebacker Sean Lee should be "ready to go" for the team's offseason activity schedule beginning in April. Lee tore his ACL last May during organized team activities, which caused him to miss the entire 2014 season. Lee has been injured quite a bit during his career but is one of the team's best defenders when healthy. In his first four NFL seasons from 2010-2013, Lee totaled 294 tackles, 11 interceptions and two forced fumbles.