Dallas Cowboys Star Announces His Retirement
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According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, 11-year veteran Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee is retiring....
Sean Lee finishes his career with 802 tackles, 60 tackles for loss, 15 QB hits, 4.0 sacks, 14 interceptions, 30 passes defended, two forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries in 118 games. Lee also holds the Cowboys single-game tackles record with 22 against the New York Giants in 2016. (The Spun)
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Mr. glass man. Good player but always hurt. Now we only have one glass man on the roster, Vander Esch
Reply11 days
You couldn't beat your way out of a wet paper bag. Bet you cant run under 5.0 in the 40
11 days
“Star” lol
Reply12 days
So...Sean Lee isn’t playing?
Reply12 days
Would’ve been more fitting of his career if he played the first 5 games or so of the season, then retired.
Reply12 days
Good player when on the field. Good guy too
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I have never heard of him.
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Hamstring Lee - don't let the door hit ya Bum arse MF'er.
Reply12 days
It's about time Dallas got rid of that shitty logo.
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