Claiborne (groin) is listed as active for Sunday's playoff game against the Packers, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.
Claiborne, who last suited up in Week 8, had recorded 26 tackles and a pick in seven games prior to sustaining his groin injury. Look for him to step back into his role as the Cowboys' starting left cornerback Sunday, a development that promises to bolster the team's pass defense.
Despite the questionable tag, Claiborne is expected to play after practicing without any limitations both Thursday and Friday
Claiborne (sports hernia) was a full participant in Thursday's practice session.
After practicing in a limited capacity Wednesday, Claiborne appears to be near full health and will be cleared to take part in Sunday's showdown with the Packers. The cornerback hasn't taken the field since Week 8 but could return to his starting position alongside Brandon Carr on Sunday, shifting veteran Orlando Scandrick to the nickelback position.
Claiborne (sports hernia) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday.
Despite being held out of portions of Wednesday's practice, Claiborne is nearing full health and set to play in Sunday's playoff game against the Packers, his first taste of live action since going down with a sports hernia injury in Week 8.
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