Report: Sean Lee OUT This Week Against Philadelphia Eagles

Section 215-A Philadelphia City Sports Blog

Despite the fact that NFL.com reported Monday that ESPN was first to report that Sean Lee was out for the season, this sentence has strangely disappeared from their Cowboy injuries news article.

Linebacker Sean Lee will also miss the rest of the season with a neck injury. ESPN first reported the Romo news.

If you take a look at the article now, the sentence is no longer there.

I swear I didn’t pull that sentence out of thin-air, but tracing NFL.com’s source to ESPN, it appears that NFL.com may have taken ESPN’s report about Lee out of context.

Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas had this to say about Lee’s status on Monday.

It appears the 2013 season is over forSean Lee.

The ESPN article was edited on Tuesday (December 23rd) at 4:38 PM EST, so it’s possible that ESPN got information from a bad source, and changed the wording of their article. NFL.com may have also followed suit.

Regardless of the attempted cover-up by both sites, ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter provided us with this Christmas evening update on Lee’s status.

So with Lee out, and Romo also likely to be out, Lee’s season very well could be over after this week–even if his neck is healthy enough to hypothetically play in two weeks.

 

A loss of Lee would make the path an Eagles playoff berth a little easier. That would also mean a home game in the playoffs, which you could attend by getting your Philadelphia Eagles tickets here.

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Sean Lee

Want more from Section 215?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.
  • Earl Robertson

    Lee is nothing but an injured probe player I hate that he is a great player but it always hurt why else would he had fall to the 2nd round

    • Tim Kelly

      Yeah I watched him at Penn State and I always knew he was a first-round talent. When he is healthy, he has played like a top-10 pick type talent. His issue is just staying on the field.

LIVEFeed More LOCAL news from the Fansided Network

Hot on the Web From golf.com