Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee should be OK after an MRI revealed that his neck experienced no structural damage during Monday night's 45-28 loss to the Bears, according to a report from ESPN.
Lee injured his neck but was cleared to come back to the game. After tackling running back Matt Forte, Lee went to the sideline and was ruled out for the rest of the contest.
The Cowboys' defense has been battered and beaten all season with injuries. Lee is expected to play this coming Sunday against the Packers.
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