Lee said Wednesday he didn't take issue with Tate's block, though he acknowledged he wasn't thrilled with the receiver's celebration after the fact.
"Of course, he's trying to extend the play," Lee said, via the Cowboys' official site. "I don't blame him for blocking me. That's part of football. The only issue I had a little bit was him celebrating like he did. But then again, that's part of football, too. I'm ready to move on."
"The crackback hit, that's not a definition of toughness," Lee said. "The definition of toughness is hitting, squaring up, being able to do your job as hard as you can every single play. That's at least what I believe. Anybody can crackback block, but the key is can you get up and play hard every single play."