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May 01, 2010

Lee hasn't had a chance to shine

Second-round pick Sean Lee hasn't gotten a chance to show much yet. He is the only linebacker among the 35 players at rookie camp this weekend. So he's been working in the far end zone by himself, with linebackers coach Reggie Herring.

Cowboys coach Wade Phillips said it has looked like a boxing practice.

"He had a trainer, two coaches, a cut man....," Phillips said.

Lee, 24, admits he's a little worn out after four practices over two days, with no rest.

"I'm being forced to learn things quickly," Lee said. "I'm getting some extra reps, which is good, even though I'm huffing and puffing a little bit. But it's good for me. It's getting me back in shape, and it's getting me mentally sharp."

-- Charean Williams

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Is this draft gonna be 08 all over again producing two more solid pro bowlers? If it is, Dallas' fans will celebrate a world championship with no question.

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