Cowboys not sure what they'll get from Sean Lee

IRVING, Texas -- Linebacker Sean Lee was the last man out on the practice field today, apparently needing a little extra time to get the cast on his left wrist into club form.

Lee plans to play Sunday against the Bills despite a dislocated wrist, but the Cowboys aren’t quite sure what to expect from him.

“I don’t know. I don’t know that anybody knows,” owner/general manager Jerry Jones said on KRLD-FM. “If will and want-to does it, then he’ll play every snap. I think that he’ll be well protected. I don’t think – I know his wrist will be well protected.”

Lee said after Wednesday’s practice, his first since dislocating the wrist, that the pain was less than he anticipated. He expressed confidence that he could be an effective every-down player despite having limited use of his left hand.

While Lee should start, it appears extremely unlikely that Felix Jones will play. He still hasn’t practiced since suffering a high ankle sprain that has sidelined him the last three games.

Receiver Miles Austin and cornerback Mike Jenkins are out with hamstring injuries.