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Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee could miss 4-6 weeks with hamstring injury

The Dallas Cowboys are on the verge of seeing their 2018 NFL season fall apart. The team is coming off a bad loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football. As well as that, they’ve lost one of their best defensive players and leaders for at least a month.

According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, veteran linebacker Sean Lee is dealing with yet another hamstring injury and will be sidelined for as much as six weeks.


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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee could miss most of the second half of the season with a hamstring strain suffered in Monday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Multiple sources said Lee could miss four to six weeks with one source saying it could be closer to six weeks, which means he could return for the final two games of the season on Dec. 23 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


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Lee plays at a high level when on the field. However, the veteran linebacker struggles to stay healthy every single year. Lee hasn’t played a full 16 games in his entire career in the NFL. Additionally, he has only played five games this year. The injury couldn’t have come at a worse time for Lee. The team is trying to get back on track. As a result it needs the squad to be at full strength on both sides of the football.

In five games this season, Lee has recorded a total of 27 tackles, one forced fumble, a pass deflection, and half a sack. With his injuries continuing to pile up over the years, it’ll be interesting to see whether the Cowboys have had enough after this season.

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