Penn State captain Sean Lee is coping with a knee injury sustained in Saturday's Temple win. Get the latest here.

Penn State is listing team captain Sean Lee as day-to-day due to a sprained left knee. He is expected to sit out of practice drills on Monday, which are underway as of this report.

Lee initially appeared to be limping after he made a tackle in the first half of the Temple game on Saturday. However he later went back into the game during the second half.

In the fourth quarter, on a rush by Temple running back Kee-ayre Griffin, Lee was blocked by tight end Steve Manery and clearly aggravated something with his leg. He began limping off the field immediately before the play even concluded.

This current injury is reportedly to his left knee, the opposite leg where he tore his ACL last year, forcing him to miss the 2008 season.

Stay tuned to for more information on Lee's status as it becomes available.


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