Sean Lee

LB / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 7

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    Sean Lee: Ends playing career

    Sean Lee announced his retirement Monday following 11 seasons with the Cowboys, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.Lee entered the league in 2010 as a second-round pick out of Penn State. During his stint with Dallas, the 34-year-old emerged as a leader of the team's defense and earned a pair of Pro-Bowl nods (in 2015 and 2016). Though Lee endured his share of injuries over the years, he was an IDP asset when healthy, racking up 804 tackles and 14 picks over the course of 118 games.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Career nearing end

    Sean Lee recorded 20 tackles (11 solo) over nine games in 2020.The two-time Pro Bowler once again dealt with injuries, and even when Lee was healthy enough to be on the field he struggled to make the kind of impact he used to. He's a free agent who will turn 35 over the summer, and while the Dallas Cowboys would welcome him back for another year to add some veteran savvy to the linebacker room if he wants to continue his career, Lee could well decide to hang up his cleats instead. If he does play in 2021, his days of being an IDP asset are well behind him.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Plays only four snaps

    Sean Lee had one tackle and played only four snaps during Sunday's loss to the Eagles, but coach Mike McCarthy said his limited playing time was simply the result of gameflow, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.McCarthy said the veteran linebacker was expected to play 10-to-12 snaps, but he instead barely ended up seeing the field. Lee missed the first seven weeks of the season with a sports hernia, and it remains to be seen if he'll play a significant role on the Dallas defense this year.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Will play Sunday

    The Dallas Cowboys activated Sean Lee (sports hernia) from injured reserve Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Lee will make his season debut Sunday versus the Eagles. It remains to be seen how much the 34-year-old linebacker plays, especially with offseason addition Aldon Smith performing well at strong-side linebacker. Lee has been a dependable fantasy asset in the past when healthy, but those days may be behind us.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Designated for return

    Sean Lee (sports hernia) has been designated to return from injured reserve, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Thus begins the three-week window during which Dallas can either elect to bring Lee back onto the active roster, or alternatively designate him for season-ending IR. The two-time Pro Bowler has been oft-injured in recent seasons, missing at least five games over three of the past four years. He's yet to make an appearance in 2020, but if Dallas can get him back in the near future things would suddenly be looking up at linebacker. Leighton Vander Esch just made his second appearance of the season on Monday night against the Cardinals, after sitting out Weeks 2 through 5 with a collarbone injury.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Making progress

    Sean Lee (sports hernia) is reportedly making good progress while on injured reserve, Rob Phillips of the Dallas Cowboys' official site reports.Lee's timetable for return is still up in the air. The Cowboys will be on a short week following Monday's matchup with the Cardinals, while Lee appears to be trending in the right direction to return at some point in the next few weeks.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Set to miss six weeks

    Sean Lee is expected to be out six weeks after having undergone sports hernia surgery, Jane Slater of NFL Network reports.Lee began the season on injured reserve, and it looks as though his first opportunity to be promoted to the active roster won't come until mid-October. By the time Lee is able to return, Leighton Vander Esch (collarbone) could also be nearing a return to the field.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Will start on IR

    Sean Lee (sports hernia) will be placed on injured reserve and miss the first three weeks, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.The altered IR rules will allow Lee to return after just three weeks on the sidelines, but there's no guarantee if he'll be ready by then. The veteran linebacker hasn't practiced since the beginning of training camp. In his place, Luke Gifford (undisclosed) is expected to start at strong-side linebacker while Joe Thomas is the primary backup.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Likely to start on IR

    Sean Lee (undisclosed) is expected to start the 2020 season on injured reserve, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.Lee still hasn't participated in training camp, so while it's not clear what kind of injury he's dealing with, he'll be afforded a longer recovery timeline on IR. Luke Gifford (undisclosed) and Joe Thomas are candidates to start at strong-side linebacker in Lee's place, and Dallas may bring in a free agent to add depth.

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    Cowboys' Sean Lee: Working with team Wednesday

    Sean Lee (undisclosed) has yet to take part in individual or team drills during training camp, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.Lee continues to sit out of practice since suffering this injury in the strength and conditioning portion of training camp. The injury remains unclear, however, the positive is that he's been seen in full pads and a helmet during camp. The 34-year-old has battled numerous injuries in his career, and it's unclear if his latest issue will keep him out of the 2020 regular season.

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