Claiborne finished the season with 37 tackles and seven passes defended in 11 games. He has yet to play a full 16-game schedule in his career, and the former first round pick will head into free agency without much value on the open market. Given his draft pedigree, Claiborne could receive an offer based more of his potential upside than his previous production, but if he doesn't attract much interest, the Cowboys are thin at cornerback and could make an effort to bring him back.
Claiborne (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against Washington, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports. Claiborne was able to log limited practices each day this week, but couldn't quite record enough healthy reps to warrant an active status for Week 17. It will be the third straight game the 25-year-old defensive back has sat out.
Claiborne (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup with Buffalo, Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com reports. Despite being listed as questionable throughout the week, the general feeling was that Claiborne would miss a second straight game, and Saturday's news confirms that notion. The LSU product will aim for a Week 17 return, while Terrance Mitchell figures to again see an increased role in Claiborne's absence.
Claiborne (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills. He was limited in practice this week, but his status remains uncertain as of Friday afternoon. Claiborne said that he does not believe he will be ready to take the field, but given the questionable tag, it is too early to completely rule him out. We will update his status again closer to the 1:00 ET kickoff Sunday.
Claiborne (hamstring) doesn't believe he'll be ready to play Sunday against the Bills, DallasCowboys.com reports. Claiborne missed last week's game against the Jets with the hamstring injury, allowing Terrance Mitchell to see significant snaps as the Cowboys' third cornerback, and that will likely be the case again Sunday.