Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee anticipates being 100 percent for training camp next month after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in April to clean up his knee.
“I think I’m right on pace to be there,” Lee told the team’s official website. “At the same point, I’m going to make sure I’m healthy in-season and ready for the first game. But I think first day of training camp will be the goal.”
Lee earned his first career Pro Bowl nod in 2015, when he appeared in 14 games and posted 128 tackles, 2.5 sacks and an interception. He earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors with his performance in Week 2 against the Eagles, which included 14 tackles, two passes broken up and an interception.
“He’s doing great,” said head coach Jason Garrett. “He has not been involved practicing football with us but his rehab has been outstanding. And typical Sean, he’s in here early, he stays late. He’s getting himself right.”