We know that, at full strength, inside linebacker Sean Lee is a very good football player. Sean Lee with a large, restrictive white cast on his left hand and wrist? Well, that’s another question altogether, and one we won’t have an answer for until Sunday at the earliest.
In his bi-weekly appearance on 105.3 The Fan today, Jerry Jones said he wasn’t sure what to expect out of the second-year Penn State product.
“I don’t know. I don’t know that anybody knows,” Jones said, per ESPN Dallas. “If will and want-to does it, then he’ll play every snap. I think that he’ll be well protected. I don’t think – I know his wrist will be well protected.”
Lee meanwhile has told reporters that pain in the wrist--which he dislocated two weeks ago against Philadelphia--is less than what he had anticipated, and that he expects to be available as an every-down sort of option for Dallas this Sunday against Buffalo--which, cast or not, is probably good news.
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