The Dallas Cowboys Sean Lee believes he has a very real chance of returning for next Monday Night’s match-up with the Bears in Chicago, after missing the past two games with a hamstring injury suffered in the loss to the Saints back on November 10.
"I think I have a great shot for returning next week," Lee said, per ESPN Dallas. "I have to put the work in and go through practice and go through the progressions, but I feel great but I should have a good shot."
In Lee’s absence, safety Barry Church has taken the team lead in tackles with 101 but Lee remains in second with 93. Lee also remains in the team lead in interceptions, with four.
Meanwhile, cornerback Morris Claiborne--who missed the Thanksgiving Day win over the Raiders with a hamstring injury of his own--sounds less confident that he will be able to play on Monday Night.
“I don’t know at this point,” Claiborne said. “I haven’t done any running on it yet, just try to give it time to heal. Just doing treatment for it.”
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