Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee returned to the Valley Ranch practice field Wednesday afternoon, less than two-weeks after dislocating his wrist in the Cowboys Oct 30th 34-7 loss to Philadelphia.

Lee leads the team in tackles, interceptions, and fumble recoveries and was seen on the field wearing a large white cast, and he will attempt to go Sunday against Buffalo despite not being able to use the casted hand.

Lee injured the wrist when he hit it against the helmet of Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. He missed last Sunday’s game against Seattle, where veterans Bradie James and Keith Brooking picking up the slack. Rookie linebacker Bruce Carter helped to fill the void left by Lee on nickel downs, along with safety Barry Church.

The Boys weren’t at full capacity though, as absent from practice were running back Felix Jones (ankle), Wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring), Cornerback Mike Jenkins (hamstring), Guard Kyle Kosier (foot), and backup swing tackle Jermey Parnell.

Dallas host Buffalo Sunday with a noon kickoff.