The Dallas Cowboys just saw a major piece of this defense leave the field.
Another Cowboys player leaves the practice field due to injury!
The injuries at training camp continue to mount for the Cowboys. The newest one might be the biggest one yet.
According to Todd Archer via twitter, Sean Lee has left the practice field due to a hamstring injury.
“Told Sean Lee left practice with hamstring tightness. The Cowboys are just being precautious at the moment.”
Luckily the injury to Lee seems to be more of the Cowboys being cautious with him!
The injury at first glance doesn’t seem to be serious, but you just never know with hamstrings. This is a very common injury in training camp as players are getting themselves back in football shape. However, it seems that hamstring injuries at Cowboys camp have been more of a common thing in 2017.
Told Sean Lee left practice with hamstring tightness. The Cowboys are just being precautions at the moment. https://t.co/M3zd5nHaay
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 10, 2017
Sean Lee leaving the field. Seems to be moving fine
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 10, 2017
The biggest thing with this is who it is. Lee was finally able to stay healthy in 2016 and enter the 2017 off-season healthy as well. He was able to go into the off-season without having to rehab some sort of injury. It was the first time since 2012 that he could do so.
Lee has been able to help Jaylon Smith learn the game during his second season in the league. Sean is the perfect mentor as he has been there and done that. From injuries to Pro Bowls to All-Pros, Lee has been the perfect teammate and football player when he has been healthy.
Hopefully this isn’t a major setback and he can get back on the field soon!