Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee suffered a torn ACL what what was supposed to be a no-contact workout at Organized Team Activities, but the NFL Players Association doesn’t think the Cowboys were breaking any rules. following the rules.
According to Ed Werder of ESPN, the NFLPA is convinced that the Cowboys didn’t violate anything.
The union believes that Lee’s knee injury happened as he planted his foot just before making contact with rookie offensive lineman Zack Martin. Although Martin blocked Lee and landed on top of him, the ACL may have been torn before there was any contact between the two of them.
Lee hasn’t indicated any belief that the Cowboys put him at risk, but then again players rarely step up when they screw up.