Word came out on Friday that cornerback Pat Lee did not travel with the team to Baltimore. Now it is being reported he has been cut from the team.
Pat Lee had started the past seven games while Ron Bartell and Shawntae Spencer were out. Now, Ron Bartell looks to be activated for Sunday's game in Baltimore and the team has opted to part ways with Lee. This according to sources close to Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Considering Lee was a starter, it comes as a bit of a surprise he was cut over several other corners. He had made some mistakes but had also played well at times. He had one interception, 4 passes defended, a forced fumble and 27 combined tackles.
Among his mistakes last week was missing a tackle on the 67-yard touchdown run by Doug Martin and then opting to try and knock the ball loose on Martin's 70-yard TD run instead of tackling him. The week before against the Chiefs, he gave up a 46-yard catch to Dwayne Bowe, but he also had the game sealing interception on a play that made all the highlight reels.