In welcome news on the injury front, Sean Lee, a rising second-year LB for the Dallas Cowboys, practiced on Wednesday.
Lee dislocated his wrist in the first half of Dallas' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Oct. 30 and did not play last week against the Seattle Seahawks.
In his absence, the Cowboys have been forced to play the aging veteran duo of Keith Brooking and Bradie James in the middle of the field. Both Philadelphia and Seattle were successful in forcing them to move in space, with the Dallas defense giving up 100-yard rushing games for the first two times this season.
Lee wore a restrictive cast over his entire hand Wednesday and said his wrist is weak but improving. There's been no word yet about his status for Sunday.
Despite missing most of the last two games, the 6'2 245 ILB from Penn State still leads the team in tackles (57) and interceptions (3) this season.