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Dallas Cowboys fear that star may miss whole season with ACL injury

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The first day of OTA's have already wielded issues for the Dallas Cowboys after their star Linebacker Sean Lee had to be helped off the field with a suspected ACL injury.

The 5th year defender suffered the injury after slipping and being engaged by first rounder-Zach Martin who proceeded to take Lee to the ground on an intended block.

It's clear that Martin unintentionally injured Lee and the succession of freak injuries continue to plague the linebackers career as rumours that he is set to miss the whole of the 2014 NFL season begin to emerge.

The Cowboys immediately released information through their official twitter account to clarify the situation with Lee, they tweeted saying: "Sean Lee Suffers Knee Injury; LB Getting MRI Tuesday"

ESPN's Adam Schefter also had news of the injury and he tweeted saying: "Cowboys fear LB Sean Lee tore his left ACL. Lee will undergo an MRI today to see if Cowboys fears are reality."

Lee's previous season ended prematurely much to the dismay of Cowboy fans and  another terrible setback for the franchise which has happened before a ball has even snapped in the new campaign.

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