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02/21/15 - CB Morris Claiborne is still slowly recovering from a torn patella tendon and might not be ready for the start of training camp, let alone the start of the season. Claiborne could start camp on PUP, marking the fourth straight year since he was picked sixth overall in 2012 that he has missed time in camp due to injuries. It's also a major reason why Claiborne has yet to live up to expectations.
"Of course it is (a concern)," Jones said. "But you never know when a player is going to turn the rock over and obviously getting him beefed up and ready to go. We've got great trainers, great rehab people, great strength and conditioning people and he needs to get in line and do the right things and good things will happen for him."
10/04/14 - CB Morris Claiborne was placed on reserve/injured Friday (Oct. 3), ending his season.
09/29/14 - CB Morris Claiborne, who didn't start, left the game after injuring his left knee on New Orleans' first possession. The Cowboys are concerned he might have torn his anterior cruciate ligament. The former first-round pick walked out on the team earlier in the week after being demoted in favor of CB Orlando Scandrick.
09/29/14 - CB Morris Claiborne suffered a torn patella tendon against the Saints and will be placed on injured reserve, ending the season of the disappointing former 2012 first-round pick.
09/24/14 - CB Morris Claiborne returned to practice Wednesday after walking out on Tuesday when he learned he was a backup to Orlando Scandrick. Claiborne claimed he left because he did not like the manner in which he learned of the change. However, he actually was bumped last year by Scandrick, who has been injured much of this season. Claiborne gave up two touchdowns Sunday against St. Louis, but then made a game-clinching interception.