Cowboys playmaker linebacker Sean Lee will have an MRI on Monday morning to determine the extent of an injury to his left wrist according to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com.
Owner and general manager Jerry Jones said the initial diagnosis was a dislocation.
Lee, the Cowboys’ leading tackler, suffered the injury on the final play of the first quarter of Sunday night’s loss 34-7 loss in Philadelphia when his wrist was bent backward while attempting to tackle Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
Lee went to the locker room for further evaluation and did not return to the sideline. He was replaced by Keith Brooking and Bradie James.
“I’m hoping I could play next week,” said Lee, who had his wrist in a brace after the game. “I couldn’t return tonight. The doctors would not let me out there. Hopefully I can get it re-evaluated and it’ll be all right.”