When Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is healthy and on the field, he's one of the best at his position in the entire NFL.
The problem is he's often been banged up. In 2013, Lee dealt with both hamstring and neck injuries, the latter of which caused him to miss the final three games of the season.
Speaking to ESPN Dallas, Lee said he's hoping to stay on the field for all 16 games in 2014.
I think I’ve also had some bad luck where I got rolled up in a pile with my toe and I’ve gotten hit by my own guy in a pile,” Lee said. “I need to find a way to stay healthy, whether it’s finding a way to be stronger and not having the hamstring deal or it’s hopefully having a little bit better luck. I need a combination of both going forward.”
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