The Dallas Cowboys are being cautious in bringing Sean Lee back this offseason, a year after he suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in OTAs, which ended his 2014 season before it began, but he took a fairly major step forward this week when he joined seven-on-seven drills.
“Things are going smooth. Hopefully it will continue to progress,” Lee said, per the Dallas Morning News. “I feel good. I feel great. I am ready to go.”
Lee will move to the weak side full-time this season, a move that the Cowboys believe will suit Lee’s considerable natural abilities and, potentially, help keep him on the field throughout the season.
For now though, the Cowboys don’t intend to rush anything where Lee is concerned.
“He’s just getting the feel and his feet back under him,” said Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli. “He’s 100 miles an hour and he’s got to knock the rust off and that comes in training camp.”