The Cowboys have agreed to a one-year extension with Mo Claiborne, according to multiple reports.
Claiborne is 26-years old and was selected with the No. 6 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, but has struggled to stay on the field with injuries in his four years with the Cowboys.
He played 11 games in 2015, the most in a season since his rookie year when he started 15 games.
Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said of Claiborne’s 2015 season, “He had his best offseason and his best year. I think sometimes it takes time for younger players to really figure it out in terms of what it takes to be a pro in this league.”
Claiborne has three career interceptions and had 30 tackles in 2015.