Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne followed up a poor performance with a season-ending one. But is his career with the Cowboys over?
Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne will have season-ending surgery after tearing the patellar tendon in his left knee.
Mo Claiborne returned to Valley Ranch on Wednesday a day after a noon-time departure from the Cowboys’ facility while reacting angrily to his demotion from the starting lineup.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne will be punished by the team but will play this week after leaving team facilities and missing practice on Tuesday.
Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne left the team’s training facility Tuesday after learning that he will be replaced in the starting lineup, 105.3 The Fan confirms.
While Jerry Jones admits that Claiborne hasn’t lived up to expectations, he’s adamant that the Cowboys corner has a future within the team’s defensive scheme.
Orlando Scandrick was “thankful” and “relieved” when his four-game suspension was cut short by a revised drug policy. But after his return game, the tone had changed.
The Cowboys are 13 days away from their regular-season opener against the 49ers, and Romo taking rest days as part of his ramp-up following December back surgery is now expected.
The Cowboys defense took a step towards taking shape on Tuesday morning as projected opening-day starting cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne were both in pads.
Dallas is adding free agent cornerback Korey Lindsey and safety Johnny Thomas just in time for Thursday’s preseason opener at San Diego.
Claiborne isn’t even guaranteed a starting spot despite his lofty draft status, with Orlando Scandrick and Brandon Carr also in that mix.
Mo Claiborne appears to be brimming with confidence — and talent — on this first day of offense vs. defense.