Sean Lee won’t play this season, but is hoping his presence can somehow help the Dallas Cowboys.
Lee, who is out for the season with a torn ACL in his left knee, opted to fly with the team to training camp and continue his rehab in California rather than staying back in Texas.
The reason, Lee said, was quite simple.
“When you disconnect, it’s hard to stay positive,” said Lee, who spoke for the first time since injuring his knee on the first day of OTAs in May.
“Just staying around the guys and going through the process, not only is it going to give me another year of football mentally under my belt, but it’s also helping me stay positive.”
Lee touched on a variety of topics during his news conference from updating his rehab to being injury prone to his long-term future with the Cowboys.