Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Latest Injury Updates on Sean Lee and Tyron Smith

Both of these players are anchors on offense and defense.

Dak Prescott doesn't need any extra motivation for the Dallas Cowboys' NFC East showdown against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. To make matters worse, linebacker Sean Lee is expected to miss some time with a hamstring injury.

At Monday's press conference, head coach Jason Garrett said he saw Lee Monday morning and that he doesn't expect him to "immediately" practice this week, adding, "it might take some time, we'll see".

Prescott told NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano in an interview that will air today on Up To The Minute Live he's hopeful Smith, who's battling back and groin issues, will be healthy enough to play Sunday.

Lee has 52 tackles (45 solo) in seven games this season.

2017 has been a year filled with high expectations for the Dallas Cowboys.

The dominant performance brought his season total from two sacks to eight, earning him a $750,000 performance bonus. I do personally. I look at every game as a must-win.

In fact, Hitchens was so quick to diagnose and defend runs that he knocked Falcons running back Devonta Freeman out of the game on the very first drive. And perhaps most important to Prescott, left tackle Tyron Smith isn't guaranteed to return after his absence led to the quarterback getting mauled last week.

If you want to hear more about these players, luckily for you Tom Downey and Mitchell Renz talk about injuries and much more on The Fantasy Football Rumors Podcast.

Vanessa Coleman