Morris Claiborne Injury: Updates on Cowboys CB’s Groin and Return

October 31, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne left the team's Week 8 game against the Philadelphia Eagles after suffering a groin injury and did not return.
His official playing status for Week 9 against the Cleveland Browns has yet to be announced.
Continue for updates.
Latest on Claiborne's Diagnosis Monday, Oct. 31 ESPN's Todd Archer, via Adam Schefter, reported the Cowboys fear Claiborne has a sports hernia that would keep him out of the lineup "indefinitely."
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones admitted to being "concerned" about Claiborne's groin injury, according to ESPN's Ed Werder on Sunday.
Claiborne Enjoying Best Year as a Pro Claiborne, 26, went down with just under one minute remaining in regulation. He had four tackles before exiting.
In his fifth season out of LSU, Claiborne is having his best NFL campaign to date. He's recorded 26 tackles and one interception while helping anchor a surprisingly solid Cowboys secondary. Pro Football ...

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