LB Lee Sustains Knee Injury

Sean Lee.

Penn State's standout senior was hurt in practice Friday afternoon. Sources say the injury is likely a torn ligament.

Penn State senior linebacker Sean Lee sustained a serious right knee injury at practice Friday. Preliminary indications, according to two different sources, suggest the injury is a torn ligament.

Lee was injured during a practice at Holuba Hall in front of several hundred high school coaches in town for Penn State's Coaches Clinic. The injury happened on a non-contact play, according to several sources.

Most of Penn State's spring practice sessions are not open to the media.

Lee was taken from the field on a cart. He will undergo more extensive testing Saturday to determine the exact nature of the injury, sources say.

The two-year starter was Penn State's second-leading tackler in 2007 and has been projected as a possible first-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

He has a redshirt available.

See what Penn State fans are saying about Lee’s injury on our premium forum. There are already more than 2,800 views and 66 replies in one thread and more than 4,122 posts and 56 replies in another.

Check out thread No. 1 (breaking story).

Check out thread No. 2 (details).

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