The Dallas Cowboy's have only just begun OTA's and already they have bad news on the injury front.
Linebacker Sean Lee reportedly had to be assisted of the practice field after sustaining what looks to be a fairly serious knee injury during a run-through.
With Lee having already had his fair share of injuries in the past, it didn't take long for players from around the NFL to voice their support for the former Penn State man.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert-Griffin III tweeted a heart-felt message of support Tuesday afternoon:
"Put away the rivalry for a minute. Prayers sent up for Sean Lee," wrote RGIII.
A nice touch from the Redskins QB and a move that shows just how well respected league is across the NFL.
The 2010 draftee missed the Cowboy's final three games of the 2013 season with a neck injury and was restricted to six appearances for America's team in 2012 due toe injury.
Lee is set for an MRP scan in the next few hours per reports.