Around 24 hours after being crushed on a blindside, peelback block by Seahawks’ receiver Golden Tate, Cowboys inside linebacker Sean Lee said he was feeling about as good as one can feel after playing in an NFL football game.
“Just game soreness,” Lee said on Monday, per ESPN Dallas. “I’ll be ready to roll.”
Lee returned to the game after being pulled to the side and examined directly following the hit. Cowboys’ owner and general manager Jerry Jones said after the 27-7 Seahawks win that he expects Tate to face some sort of discipline from the league--most likely a fine--but Lee isn’t going to concern himself with any of that as the team begins preparations for their week three home opener with Tampa Bay.
“They’ll deal with it,” Lee said. “I’m on to the next game. I’m more worried about how we’re going to get better on defense and how we’re going to improve on the mistakes we made.”
And, to be sure, there were plenty of those.
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