Found August 26, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne returned to practice on Monday after sitting out the past three weeks with a knee injury. “I don’t feel like the decision is up to me,” he said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I’ve been doing what the training staff is having me do. I’m not trying to have any setbacks or anything like that, so I’ve just been following directions and doing what they’re having me do. I don’t want to get in and tweak something and now we sit here talking about am I going to be ready for Week 1 all over again.” Claiborne acknowledges he could be rusty when he returns. “I don’t know how the coaches feel about it. I felt pretty good out there today,” he said. “As these couple weeks go by, we’ll see. Hopefully I can shake some of it off.”   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Morris Claiborne returned to practice appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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