After struggling through 2013, Mo Claiborne says he's healthy, confident and ready to get back on the field.
Rod Marinelli is hoping to employ more man coverage in his first season as the Cowboys' defensive coordinator.
After being limited to individual drills a week ago, cornerback Mo Claiborne is participating fully in the Cowboys' workouts this week.
Third-year cornerback Morris Claiborne was confined to individual conditioning work on the first day of Cowboys OTAs on Tuesday.
Secondary coach Jerome Henderson is hoping Mo Claiborne can stay healthy and have a breakout season in 2014.
Longtime Cowboys corner Everson Walls believes Morris Claiborne has the tools to meet the lofty expectations that have surrounded him since he came into the league in 2012.
The Dallas Cowboys may be faced with a tough decision regarding Mo Claiborne next year.
Of the last 14 defensive players the Cowboys have drafted with their first pick, at least 10 of them underachieved.
It's been rumored that the Cowboys could consider putting underachieving cornerback Morris Claiborne on the trading block.
According to a report, Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne isn't expected to miss any time after undergoing a pair of surgeries.