Cowboys LB Sean Lee (hamstring) to overlook 4-6 weeks, report says | NFL


Sean Lee will likely be fortunate if he performs once more this season.

The Cowboys linebacker is anticipated to overlook 4 to 6 weeks of motion after struggling a left hamstring damage in Monday’s loss to the Titans, the Dallas Morning Information reported Wednesday, citing an unidentified supply.

Ought to his restoration go easily, Lee might make his return Dec. 23 for the crew’s Week 16 matchup towards the Buccaneers.

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett acknowledged the severity of the damage with out specifying a timetable, saying “we anticipate him to be out for a little bit bit, no query about that.”

Lee, who missed 5 video games with a hamstring damage final season, missed three video games earlier this 12 months with a pulled muscle in the identical hamstring.

The Cowboys (3-5) are slated to go to the Eagles (4-4) in an NFC East showdown at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday.

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