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May 09, 2013

Sean Lee says he'll consider it a competition for the LB spots in Cowboys camp, and he plans to win one

Fourth-year Cowboys veteran Sean Lee said he’ll consider it a competition for the linebacker spots in training camp, and that he plans to win one.

“Right now, I’m in the middle, but you never know,” he said Wednesday at a charity event in Arlington. “You always have to come in there and win a spot, and that’s what I plan to do.”

Lee, the Cowboys’ best playmaking linebacker since he was drafted in 2010, is just being nice. He’s going to be the middle linebacker. And Bruce Carter is set to be the weakside linebacker. The other spot is up for grabs, however.

“The positions are similar in certain formations,” Lee said. “Just being out there, learning all the positions, is what all the linebackers need to do.”

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez

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