IRVING, Texas A day after missing practice with a migraine, Morris Claiborne had to deal with a wide receiver that will probably be causing cornerbacks headaches for the foreseeable future.
Dez Bryant made several catches with Claiborne defending him during Wednesday's mini camp at Valley Ranch. Of course, neither player was wearing pads, so the physical nature was limited.
When the sixth overall draft pick tried to get physical near the end of team drills, he was flagged for pass interference.
"Those are good," Cowboys secondary coach Jerome Henderson said of Claiborne's battles with Bryant. "Those are going to pay dividends during the season."
Claiborne, who started 15 games during his rookie year, has bulked up in the off-season, gaining six pounds of muscle in preparation for similar battles with bigger, physical receivers.
"I think he's fine there," Henderson said. "I think Dez is a special guy. I don't know if you're physical enough with Dez, I don't care who you are. Yo...