It's been a tough year already for linebackers
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The Cowboys placed Lee, an emerging young standout, on injured reserve with torn ligaments in his toe that will require surgery next week.
Lee is the Cowboys' leading tackler and defenisve leader.
He recorded 32 tackles with the Colts after playing one season for the Philadelphia Eagles and registering 55 tackles.
The former Florida State star never lived up to expectations of being a top 10 draft selection in Detroit.
** Meanwhile, the Titans tried out former Maryland and Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson, former Maryland linebacker Adrian Moten, Sims, former New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins linebacker Gary Guyton, former Ravens linebacker Darryl Blackstock, former Eagles linebacker Omar Gaither and former Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Xavier Adibi.
** Offensive tackle Dominic Alford and center Tyler Horn visited the Titans.
** Defensive back A.J. Davis visited the New Orleans Saints.
** The Panthers tried out former Eagles linebacker Brian Rolle.
** The Detroit Lions worked out defensive end Kendrick Adams, linebacker D.J. Bryant and defensive end Louis Nzegwu.
** The Green Bay Packers tried out guard Nyere Aumaitre, defensive tackle Jamie Cumbie, defensive tackle Jordan Miller, linebacker Quinton Spears, linebacker Nathan Stubar, guard Wayne Tribue and linebacker Jabara Williams.
** The New England Patriots tried out linebacker Mike Rivera.
** The Oakland Raiders tried out defensive end Marcus Benard, guard Jason Foster, offensive tackle A.J. Greene, linebacker Tim Fugger and offensive tackle Jason Slowey, adding Slowey to the practice squad.
** The Eagles tried out and signed center Matt Tennant.
** Former New York Giants safety Janzen Jackson has completed his suspension and is eligible to sign with any team. He has to fulfil all requirements under the NFL steroid and performance-enhancing drug policy to be allowed to play.