Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Latest Injury Updates on Sean Lee and Tyron Smith


Because Dallas only has three days to recover before they take on the L.A. Chargers on Thanksgiving, it may not be enough time for Lee to get back on the field. It's a huge game. And most importantly it's a big game because it's the next one that we play.

The Eagles haven't lost any sleep since paying a steep price in the 2016 draft to trade up and select Carson Wentz second overall.

Sean Lee #50 of the Dallas Cowboys hits Paul Perkins #28 of the New York Giants in the first half of a game at AT&T Stadium on September 10, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. It's a rivalry, and they are leading our division right now. "If we want to make a run at winning this division it's a game that we have to win".

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Clayborn took full advantage of the absence of Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith, who was sidelined due to injury. This one it holds a lot of importance in it.

Only natural to wonder how Super Bowl LI might have turned out had DE Adrian Clayborn not torn his biceps in last season's divisional round. So we have to do what we can and beat them.

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Victory won't come easy for a Dallas team decimated by injury and without suspended running back Ezekiel Elliott.

As for the middle linebacker spot, Sean Lee strained his hamstring early in the game.

Hopefully, both Lee and Hitchens will be healthy and available next Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Yesterday NFL Network's Ian Rapoport tweeted that it would be unlikely for Lee to play the next several games.