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Claiborne not paying attention to critics

IRVING, Texas -- Because the Dallas Cowboys traded up to the No. 6 pick in the first round of the 2012 draft, Morris Claiborne will always receive extra attention. Expectations are naturally high for a player the Cowboys called their...Show More Summary

Injury report: Morris Claiborne probable

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne is listed as probable despite being limited in practice all week because of a dislocated shoulder. Claiborne will wear a harness under his shoulder pads Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Show More Summary

Morris Claiborne to wear shoulder harness, expected to play Week Two

Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne left Sunday night’s win over the Giants briefly after injuring his left shoulder, but was able to return to finish out the game with his teammates. Claiborne was able to go back into the game because one of the team’s physicians was able to put his dislocated shoulder back into place…

Claiborne ready to deal with shoulder injury

IRVING, Texas -- The good news for Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne is that his left shoulder will not require surgery. The bad news is that the injury will linger for most of the season. “It’s just something I’m going to have to deal with,” Claiborne said. Show More Summary

Morris Claiborne Leaves Field After Suffering Big Hit vs Giants

Dallas Cowboys second-year cornerback Morris Claiborne left the team's Sunday Night Football showdown with the New York Giants after suffering an upper body injury that occurred in the process of making a tackle. Claiborne was takenShow More Summary

Morris Claiborne leaves game with injury

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne left Sunday's game with the New York Giants with a left shoulder injury. Claiborne was making a tackle on tight end Brandon Myers near the Cowboys' sideline when his left shoulder slammed into Myers' left leg. Show More Summary

Should the Dallas Cowboys Be Concerned About Morris Claiborne?

Sunday night, Morris Claiborne will start for the Dallas Cowboys in their much-anticipated season-opening home game against the division rival New York Giants. Depending on the situation, the 23-year-old will be tasked with coveringShow More Summary

Morris Claiborne catching body up to mind

IRVING, Texas -- Morris Claiborne did not take a snap in the preseason because of a knee injury, but the Dallas Cowboys cornerback made sure he was tested in Monday’s practice by taking scout-team snaps against Miles Austin and Dez Bryant. “I feel like my mind is ready,” Claiborne said. Show More Summary

Rookie B.W. Webb at key spot for Dallas

When the final roster moves were made on Saturday afternoon, the Cowboys elected to keep four cornerbacks. Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne are the starters with Orlando Scandrick being the slot corner in the nickle package. B.W. Webb...Show More Summary

Dallas Cowboys cut-down analysis

Click here for the complete list of Cowboys roster moves. Most significant move: After cutting Sterling Moore, the Cowboys have only four cornerbacks on their 53-man roster with Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne, Orlando Scandrick and rookie B.W. Show More Summary

Mo Claiborne: 'I'm ready to play now'

ARLINGTON, Texas – Morris Claiborne did not take a snap in five preseason games, but the Dallas Cowboys’ second-year cornerback said he will 100 percent when the season opens Sept. 8 against the New York Giants. “I’m ready to play now,” said Claiborne, who missed three weeks with a jammed knee. Show More Summary

Claiborne's durability worries Woodson

Before hanging out with his former teammates on Wednesday afternoon, ex-Cowboys safety and ESPN's Darren Woodson was asked about current Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne and his durability. Morris Claiborne #24 CBDallas Cowboys 2012...Show More Summary

Morris Claiborne runs for the first time in two weeks

When Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne jammed his left knee on August 6, he said he planned to return to the field the next day. He didn’t return on August 7, however. Or August 8 or August 9 or August … You probably get the picture by now. Claiborne has missed the last two weeks of…

Injury report: No Claiborne, Williams

OXNARD, Calif. -- Dallas Cowboys starting cornerback Morris Claiborne didn't participate in the walkthrough practice Thursday morning because of a sore left knee, raising concerns about his availability for Friday night's preseason game at Oakland. Claiborne jammed his knee in Tuesday's practice and tried to get some work in Wednesday. Show More Summary

Bryant, Claiborne going at it regularly in practice

One guy who’ll benefit from the apparent emergence of receiver Dez Bryant is the guy who covers him every day in practice. Earlier this week, cornerback Morris Claiborne told Pro Football Talk on NBCSN that he and Bryant have been matched up regularly during training camp.  Claiborne characterizes their battles as a push. “I think it’s even,”…

ProFootballTalk: One-on-One with Morris Claiborne

Morris Claiborne joins Pro Football Talk to address his sophomore season, defensive changes and matching up against Dez Bryant.  

Claiborne says Kiffin has energy of much younger man

Yeah, Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin is 72.  In the assessment of cornerback Morris Claiborne, however, those numbers are flipped. “I hear guys saying he’s too old, and we should be wearing leather helmets and all that type of stuff,” Claiborne recently said, via “If you go into the meetings with him and on the…

Eight in the Box: Secondary status check

How does each NFC East team look in the secondary, and what still needs to be done? Dallas Cowboys: Last offseason, the Cowboys used premium resources to acquire Brandon Carr in free agency and Morris Claiborne in the draft so they could be better equipped to play man coverage on the outside. Show More Summary

Morris Claiborne expects a “big jump” in 2013

The Cowboys traded up to take cornerback Morris Claiborne with the sixth overall pick of the 2012 draft in hopes of giving themselves a strong complement for Brandon Carr in the secondary. Claiborne dealt with injuries before and during the season, though, and the results weren’t quite as good as anyone hoped for either the…

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