Claiborne, the sixth-overall pick in his draft class four years ago, has struggled on the field and is also coming off a torn patellar tendon that limited him to four games last year.
The Dallas Cowboys have one of the best offenses in the NFL and an improved defense, but injuries have held them back from reaching their full potential in the 2014 NFL season.
The Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans meet this weekend in a battle of hot starting teams. Here is a look at the Cowboys vs. Texans injury report for the week five game.
Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne will have season-ending surgery after tearing the patellar tendon in his left knee.
Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett both said Sunday night that they were worried about Morris Claiborne after he was hurt in the first quarter of the game against the Saints.
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.
After two seasons of lackluster play, Morris Claiborne is now in danger of losing his starting job as the Dallas Cowboys’ cornerback.
The Cowboys worked early Wednesday morning at Valley Ranch without both their offensive and defensive signal-callers.
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.
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.