Oft-injured veteran Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has suffered a sprained right knee, which has sidelined him for the time being at the team’s training camp at Oxnard, Calif., according to multiple reports Tuesday.
Lee, who turned 33 on July 22, tweaked the knee Monday in the Cowboys’ first padded practice of camp, the Dallas Morning News reported. Per ESPN, head coach Jason Garrett dubbed Lee’s status as day-to-day and will act with precaution toward the nine-year veteran, who has missed 51 games during his career.
A second-round pick in 2010, Lee has 688 tackles, 26 passes defensed and 13 interceptions in 93 contests for the Cowboys. He earned Pro Bowl nods in 2015 and 2016, along with first-team All-Pro honors in 2016.
-Field Level Media