Longtime Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has decided to retire rather after 11 seasons in Big D
Lee, who turns 35 in July, was a second round draft pick in 2010 out of Penn State. The 11-year pro was a steady leader for the Cowboys at linebacker but injuries hampered his time in Dallas. In 188 games played, Lee finishes his career with 995 tackles (eighth most in team history), 14 interceptions, four fumble recoveries and four sacks.
Lee made two Pro Bowls in his career (2015-16) and was named First-Team All Pro in 2016 after racking up 145 tackles in 15 regular season games.