Cowboys fans had a few Oh-no-not-again moments in the win over the Giants on Sunday night.
One of those came when cornerback Morris Claiborne went down late in the third quarter, on a play that really didn’t look to be all that bad. As it turns out, Claiborne’s shoulder popped out of place as he hit the turf after making a tackle on Giants’ tight end Brandon Myers.
“I wasn’t even worried about the pain,” Claiborne said after the 36-31 win, per the Dallas Morning News. “I was worried that my shoulder was out and I’m injured again. I just wanted them to get it back so I could get back on the field.”
Team trainers popped the shoulder back into place on the sideline and Claiborne returned in the fourth. The Cowboys will look at the shoulder more at Valley Ranch on Monday.
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