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News and Notes (5/27/14): Sean Lee Injures Left Knee in OTA’s, Lance Stephenson Silenced By Champs and Johnny Vegas

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Sean Lee, Lance Stephenson and Johnny Manziel highlight the InscriberMag : Digital Magazine’s News and Notes for Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Cowboys LB Sean Lee Injures Left Knee in OTA’s Set To Undergo MRI Exam for Possible Torn ACL : After signing a six-year, $42 million extension, the proverbial defensive leader of the Dallas Cowboys defense, Sean Lee, suffered a left knee injury–and possible torn ACL Tuesday in OTA’s.

Per media reports, Lee’s injury occurred rookie offensive lineman, Zach Martin fell on top of Lee during drills.

Set to undergo an MRI exam, Lee, who has a history of being injury-prone, has never played a full season and the most that the former Penn State standout has ever played is 15 back in 2011. If Lee’s injury checks out to be serious, the Cowboys will have suffered a monumental blow in hopes of improving upon their 8-8 finish in 2013-14.

Miami Heat Silence Pacers G Lance Stephenson, Up 3-1: After calling LeBron James’ trash talk weak, the four-time MVP let his game and his team do his talking for him in scoring 32 points, ten rebounds and five assists in a Game 4 102-90 win of the Eastern Conference Finals, while Stephenson scored nine points on 3-of-7 shooting from the field in 32 minutes.

With a potential closeout Game 5 back in Indianapolis, perhaps Stephenson would be wise to keep his mouth shut.

Johnny Vegas? Manziel Parties In Vegas With Pats TE Rob Gronkowski: It’s not too often that a back-up quarterback draws attention for what he does away from OTA’s. But when said quarterback is named Johnny Football—nee Manziel—you are no ordinary back-up.

Manziel, the 22nd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns, partied in Las Vegas with New England Patriots tight end, Rob Gronkowski over the weekend. Currently Brian Hoyer for the starting quarterback job in Cleveland, Manziel may have not won himself any favors in frolicking away in Sin City instead of studying up on Kyle Shanahan’s new playbook.


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