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Sean Lee expects to be ready for Cowboys offseason program

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09:36 AM ET 01.19 | Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee missed a majority of the season with a number of injuries. The most severe setback for Lee was a sprained ligament in his neck in Week 14 that forced him to be shut down for the remainder of the year, but he is expected to be healthy heading into the offseason. The good news for Lee is that the injury is not likely to require surgery, so he should be able to get back in the saddle for the offseason program despite being questionable. Lee's durability has been a concern for Dallas, with the linebacker missing 15 of the team's last 32 games. When Lee is on the field, he is one of the most impressive linebackers in the league, but he needs to find a way to stay healthy and shed the injury-prone label.

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January 19, 2014  04:34 PM ET

He'll be inured first day. Then the speculation will begin anew if he will be ready for the season.

January 19, 2014  04:35 PM ET

"injured"

January 19, 2014  06:40 PM ET

Lee's health is only one small consideration out of about 100 for Dallas to worry about.

January 19, 2014  07:42 PM ET

I want to ask a Big Question for Roger Goodell.
Is it OK or legal for poor ole Peyton Manning to fly to Germany to get Human Growth Hormone Shots in his neck. When that's illegal in the USA, And. Peyton Manning is a NFL Player in USA
Greg Rams

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January 20, 2014  01:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Lee's health is only one small consideration out of about 100 for Dallas to worry about.

Agreed....so many issue to address here...Romo being the 1st.. Kiffin & the Defense being a huge issue.....Play calling.....clock management.....Delay of game penalties....where do you start?

January 20, 2014  07:59 AM ET
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Agreed....so many issue to address here...Romo being the 1st.. Kiffin & the Defense being a huge issue.....Play calling.....clock management.....Delay of game penalties....where do you start?

we could go on, but what's the point? You can add cap issues to the top of that list which means except for a few rookies the team will basically be the same. Translation..mediocre at best!

 
January 20, 2014  11:58 PM ET
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we could go on, but what's the point? You can add cap issues to the top of that list which means except for a few rookies the team will basically be the same. Translation..mediocre at best!

YUP, same old same old, this cat is a good football player but gets hurt every time he falls down

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