In two games this season, the two most memorable plays involving cornerback Morris Claiborne have been (A) the tackle of Giants’ tight end Brandon Myers, on which the LSU product suffered a dislocated left shoulder and (B) the crucial pass interference call on a 3rd and 10 last week against the Chiefs, which allowed Kansas City to extend their final drive and nail down the win.
But Claiborne has the ability to bounce back in a major way, according to St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher.
“He has the appropriate mentality to play the position,” Fisher said of Claiborne, per the Dallas Morning News. “By that, I mean he’s got a very short-term memory. He’s not going to be having any problems with that. He understands the nature of secondary play.
“He’s going to be a very good player in this league.”
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