Depending on which article you put more faith in, the news is okay, or potentially very bad, for inside linebacker and budding star, Sean Lee.
Over at the mothership, Lee is quoted as saying he might play this week depending on the swelling and how well he can deal with a protective cast.
Linebacker Sean Lee missed Wednesday's practice with a dislocated left wrist. Lee visited a hand specialist on Monday and he wasn't ruling out the possibility of playing against Seattle. That would depend on how much swelling decreased in his wrist and how limited he would be wearing a protective cast.
"If I can get it wrapped up and not worry about hurting it more than it is, I'd play (Sunday)," Lee said. "I just have to be smart about it."
But if you head over to ESPN Dallas, they take a more pessimistic slant, even mentioning the dreaded words of "potentially season-ending surgery." Lee is getting a second opinion on the wrist and will decide what to do from there. Needless to say he didn't practice today.
Also not practicing are Felix Jones and Mike Jenkins. Punter Mat McBriar was splitting time at punter in practice with newcomer Chris Jones. Also, Kyle Kosier is limited in practice as he has been for weeks.