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IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Sean Lee signed a six-year contract extension Wednesday, a deal that goes through the 2019 season. A story on the teams website Wednesday night said Lees deal is worth about $42 million, but could escalate as high as $51 million depending on different incentives. The guaranteed money is around $16 million. "Im extremely excited. I was blessed to be able to be drafted by a great franchise," Lee said in a video interview posted along with the story. "To have an opportunity to be here a long time and hopefully compete for a Super Bowl is fantastic." Lees agent, Mike McCartney, posted a message on his Twitter account congratulating the linebacker. "Congrats to SEAN LEE for agreeing to a 6 year extension with the (at)dallascowboys", the agent tweeted Wednesday. Lee is going into his fourth NFL season since being a second-round pick from Penn State in 2010. The high-energy linebacker is a key part for the Cowboys in their switch to a 4-3 system under new defensive co-ordinator Monte Kiffin. Lee played only six games last season, when he had 77 tackles before being sidelined by a torn ligament in his right big toe. During his rookie season, Lee played 14 games behind Bradie James and Keith Brooking. He became a full-time starter in 2011 and led the team with 131 tackles, 52 more than any other player, despite playing the second half of the season with a broken left wrist protected by a bulky cast and missing a game because of the injury. Without being specific, Lee said his new contract takes injuries into account. "Ive said I need to find a way to stay on this field, and the contract is extremely fair, where if Im on the field the whole year Ill be able to get paid," he said. "At the same point, if I do have injuries, it protects the Cowboys, and I think thats fantastic, especially with the injuries Ive dealt with in the past." Lee said his goal is to be on the field every game. He was also hampered by injuries during his rookie camp and early in his first season, though he played 14 games without starting. There was also a December 2010 game at Indianapolis where Lee intercepted Peyton Manning twice. He returned one for a touchdown and set up a game-winning field goal in overtime with the other. After signing the deal Wednesday night, Lee said he was already focused on practice the next day. The Cowboys have two preseason games remaining, including Saturday night at home against Cincinnati, before the Sept. 8 opener at home against the New York Giants. "Its great to have it done," he said. "Being able to focus on this year, focus on winning, focus on me becoming a better football player and staying on the field, making sure Im healthy so I can help this team win." Youth Ravens Jerseys . The catch: It needs a lot of money, and it needs it fast. Black Ravens Jerseys . 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SPIELBERG, Austria -- Nico Rosberg stands by his belief that he was not to blame for the collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Austrian Grand Prix, despite the stewards penalising him for the last-lap contact.Rosberg was given a 10-second time penalty and two penalty points on his superlicence after the stewards judged that he did not leave racing room for Hamilton on the outside of Turn 2. Rosberg retained fourth place despite the time penalty, but said he was disappointed to learn that the stewards said he was to blame.I got unlucky and my car was very damaged, so I lost 3 positions, lost the win, he said. A horrible end to the weekend. I also got penalised for the incident, ten seconds which doesnt change the result but shows they gave me the blame, which sucks. I respect that but I am of a different opinion.Every time for the team it is bad if we collide like that because it is the worst thing that could happen. We didnt lose too many points today, but for thee team it is not good.dddddddddddd That is tough.Rosberg does not deny that he tried to run Hamilton wide at Turn 2, but contests the assertion that he did not leave enough space.Im on the inside, I have the right to defend and I dont need to take the ideal line, he said. I had Lewis on the outside and I wanted to keep him there, of course always leaving him track space -- thats clear and that was always the intention.Its a fact that he had space, you can look at the onboard and all the other cameras. Of course, after the collision it may look like thats not the case because I am airbourne and I lose grip, so of course that takes me further out of the track. After that it may look like there is less space, but thats irrelevant because it is after the collision.I just want to repeat, at all times there was space prior to the collision. 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