The Cowboys have been dealing with a slew of injuries to their offensive and defensive lines this summer, but linebacker Sean Lee managed to stay healthy after missing 10 games last season with a toe injury.
That’s not the only reason why the Cowboys were trying to sign Lee to a contract extension, but it probably didn’t hurt when it came time to hammer out the final details. Lee’s agent Mike McCartney announced that his client, whose contract had been set to expire after the 2013 season, has agreed to a six-year extension that will put him under contract to the Cowboys through the 2019 season. The Cowboys have confirmed that Lee is signing the deal right now.
No financial figures have been revealed or reported by either side.
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