Bleacher Report "At this point, nothing would surprise NFL fans—even when it comes to the roster bubble. This NFL offseason has given the NBA a run for its money in the drama department. The Odell Beckham Jr. trade, Antonio Brown's latest drama (his feet or helmet—dealer's choice)..." August 18
Sports Day "A litany of injuries has kept Sean Lee off the field throughout his Cowboys career. What he's dealing with now is near the bottom of the list. "This is one of the more minor things I've dealt with,'' Lee said of the sprained medial collateral ligament in..." August 05
12 Up "Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has unfortunately become one of the most injury-prone players in football, and his history of getting hurt continued on Tuesday when he tweaked his knee in practice, according to Todd Archer of ESPN NFL Nation. The injury is not believed to be..." July 30
Blogging The Boys "The 2018 season didn’t go as planned for Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee. The former All-Pro battled injuries all season, recorded his lowest tackle total since 2010, and lost his starting job to rookie linebacker Leighton Vander Esch. Even in the seven games he did play, Lee..." July 28
Clutch Points "Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has liked what he has seen so far out of new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore. Moore is in his first year as the offensive coordinator and all the hype around the team has been about how much better the offense is going to be. Lee was asked..." June 17
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"When linebacker Sean Lee decided to continue to forgo retirement and take a pay cut to continue his career with the Dallas Cowboys in 2019, it was generally assumed that he would return as a backup to middle linebacker Jaylon Smith and weakside linebacker Leighton Vander Esch.
Pro Football Talk "Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee said after the season ended in Los Angeles that he needed time “to figure things out” regarding his future. It turns out, it didn’t take Lee long. Although his return didn’t become official until he agreed to a restructured contract..." April 21