Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Sean Lee won’t play against the Packers

Sean LeePay per head sportsbooks saw that on Friday, The Dallas Cowboys suffered with their defense when Sean Lee, starting middle linebacker, was ruled out for their game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday due to persistent neck problems.

During team meetings on Friday, Cowboys coaches told the players about Lee’s health status. Price per head services found out that the player is now considered week to week with only two regular-season games left for him.

“I was surprised,” defensive end DeMarcus Ware said. “I saw him in the meeting and asked ‘Hey, what’s wrong? Are you all right?’ He was just a little bit upset. Things happen, and you just got to keep rolling and find a way to win this game.”

A source said that Lee had an MRI exam on Thursday revealing a sprained ligament in his neck, leaving many fans and pay per head sportsbooks very concerned. Doctors want to make sure that the player has more range of motion and strength before he returns to action. On Tuesday, Lee had a bone scan that did not show structural damage.

The player suffered the injury during his team’s loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday night, and said that he left the game because he couldn’t tackle without further injuring himself.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that the next day, an MRI showed that there was no structural damage, and team officials planned on having the player participate not only in practice but also in the game against the Packers.

On Wednesday and Thursday, Lee was limited in practice, and on Friday he was not on the field.

“Whenever you’re talking about head and neck, you’re particularly careful, there’s no question about that, particularly about a guy who has as much contact as he does,” coach Jason Garrett said. “Having said that, you try to evaluate the injury as best you can with the scans that you do with all of that and what the player is saying, his willingness, his demeanor, his mindset and all of that stuff, and you put it all together and try to make the best decision.”

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Lee will be replaced in the starting lineup by Justin Durant . Durant took over after Lee went down in the first half of a loss to the New Orleans Saints on November 10, but he suffered a hamstring injury and was knocked out of that game. He was not able to play since.