One of the man injuries the Dallas Cowboys sustained during the 2013 season was to middle linebacker Sean Lee, the undisputed defensive leader of the unit now. He has been recovering from a torn ligament in his neck and has now been cleared for offseason workouts according to ESPN Dallas.
From ESPN Dallas:
Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Sean Lee, who missed the final three games of the 2013 season with a torn ligament in his neck, has been cleared for offseason workouts, a source told ESPNDallas.com.
Still despite the injuries, Lee recorded 99 tackles and four interceptions in 2013.
“I think I’ve had a combination of injuries, like the hamstring would be an injury-prone type of injury,” Lee said last month. “I think I’ve also had some bad luck where I got rolled up in a pile with my toe and I’ve gotten hit by my own guy in a pile.
“I need to find a way to stay healthy, whether it’s finding a way to be stronger and not having the hamstring deal or it’s hopefully having a little bit better luck. I need a combination of both going forward.”
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