The Dallas Cowboys are still waiting for cornerback Morris Claiborne to become what they had drafted in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Claiborne has missed quite some time in his first two seasons in the National Football League. Claiborne missed six games in 2013 with a hamstring injury, but played all year with a recently, surgically repaired shoulder.
According to a report, Claiborne underwent surgery on his shoulder. The good news is, the cornerback is not expected to miss any offseason training or programs. Claiborne also had a small procedure done on his finger.
Claiborne has combined for 81 tackles, two interceptions and 13 pass deflections in his short career. The Cowboys are hoping he continues to progress as he is entering his third NFL season.