Middle linebacker Sean Lee underwent an MRI on his neck on Tuesday after suffering a stinger in Monday night’s loss to the Bears and (thankfully) the exam showed no structural damage, ESPN’s Ed Werder reports.
Lee’s neck reportedly remains sore, but the Cowboys expect him to be available for Sunday’s match-up with the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium.
Lee recorded six tackles before exiting the game in the third quarter and remains in second on the team in that department, with 99. He remains in the team lead in interceptions as well, with four, but he didn’t have so much as a pass defensed against the Bears.
Officially, according to the report, the team is looking at the fourth-year linebacker as day-to-day. Lee missed the two games before the Week 14 match-up with the Bears with a hamstring injury.
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