Sean Lee (neck): I don’t think surgery is an option, but I don’t know if I’ll play again this year
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Dec 17, 2013
Lee, who suffered a sprained neck ligament a week ago in Chicago, said Tuesday that he doesn’t believe he’ll need surgery. Lee missed Sunday’s collapse against the Packers because of a sprained neck ligament, and while he won’t need surgery to repair the problem, he might not make it back for the next two games. Lee described himself as “week to week” as a result of the sprained neck ligament he suffered against the Bears, which doesn’t sound optimistic with two weeks left. “You can only be so negative because you understand when it comes to real life and the problems people deal with, there’s a lot worse things that can happen than not being able to play football,” Lee said. “I’m very concerned,” Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday morning on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM], “because he’s our quarterback [on defense] and it’s glaring when he’s not out there, and it has been glaring the last two ball games.
Jerry Jones ‘very concerned’ about Sean Lee’s neck injury
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has no idea when he’ll be able to return to the field and his boss is concerned. Lee, who didn’t play Sunday because of a sprained neck ligament, said Monday that he doesn’t think he’ll need surgery, but he also couldn…
Sean Lee doesn’t need surgery, but he’s week-to-week
The Cowboys have plenty of other issues than their quarterback and wide receiver. One of the biggest is the absence of middle linebacker Sean Lee, whose absence is part of the systemic failure of the Cowboys defense this year. And he might be out the re…