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Claiborne has agreed to a one-year/$1.5 million contract to join the Kansas City Chiefs, Ian Rapoport reports.
The former Cowboys and Jets CB inked a deal that also includes $1.5 million in incentives, bringing the maximum of the contract up to $3 million. He's suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the league's substance abuse policy, but Claiborne will provide added depth in the secondary when he returns.
Jets cornerback Morris Claiborne did not practice Wednesday due to shoulder and foot injuries.
The extent of the injuries are unclear. It will be worth monitoring his participation Thursday and Friday. The Jets will take on the Bears in Week 8.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said via 105.3 the Fan that defensive back Morris Claiborne (groin) will play in Sunday's Divisional Round matchup against the Green Bay Packers.
Claiborne hasn't been on the field since tearing his groin in Week 8. However, he is set to return for Sunday's game against the Packers. The veteran cornerback has played the best football of his career in 2016 leading up to his injury and will make an impact Sunday against Green Bay's talented wideouts if he can return to form. Claiborne will likely start opposite Brandon Carr sending rookie Anthony Brown back to the sidelines.
Dallas Cowboys defensive back Morris Claiborne (groin) "is going to be ready" for the Divisional Round of the Playoffs.
Claiborne suffered a severe groin injury in Week 8 against the Eagles and will finally return for the Divisional Round of the Playoffs after missing the last nine games of the regular season. He will likely resume his starting job opposite Brandon Carr -- that is currently being held down by rookie Anthony Brown.
The Dallas Cowboys re-signed CB Morris Claiborne to a one-year deal on Friday.
In a surprise move, the Dallas Cowboys re-signed Morris Claiborne. There were reports of Claiborne and Brandon Carr to both be let go, but Dallas decided to bring back the LSU alumni. Claiborne was plagued with injury since entering the NFL in 2012. He missed a total of 24 games over the four-year span. Claiborne is likely to resume his role as a starting corner on the Cowboys in 2016.