According to the Dallas Morning News, Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne is expected to play in this week’s game against the Chiefs with a shoulder harness after dislocating his shoulder against the Giants this past Sunday night.
Morris Claiborne suffered a dislocated shoulder in the win over the New York Giants but should play against Kansas City, a source said.
The cornerback suffered the injury in the third quarter of Sunday night’s game. He left the field for several plays and had the shoulder put back in place by Dr. Dan Cooper, one of the team’s physicians. He returned and finished the game.
Claiborne missed a significant amount of practice time in training camp with a jammed knee and will likely be limited in practice leading up to Sunday’s game against the Chiefs. His arm will be in a harness as he recovers.
This is great news for the Cowboys. The last thing they need is for rookie B.W. Webb to have to start right now.