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November 12, 2013

Sean Lee says his hamstring injury is a pull, similar to his rookie year

Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee said his hamstring injury is a pull, but he doesn’t have a firm idea how long it will take to recover.

“We’ve got to wait and see how the rehab goes and how everything rolls,” he said Tuesday at Valley Ranch.

He said the hamstring injury is like the one from his rookie year, when he missed two games.

“Similar,” he said, asked if the injury is worse or milder. “I’ve just got to make sure I rehab properly and hope I can be back as soon as I can, when I can functionally get back. It’s frustrating. I want to be on the field. Obviously, I’ve had trouble staying on the field. I take a lot of pride in rehabbing and making sure I recover and am ready to go. But it’s just one of those deals I’ve got to battle back from.”

-- Carlos Mendez

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