Claiborne is probable to return to Sunday's game against New England after suffering a stinger, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Claiborne suffered the injury early on in Sunday's game after taking a blow to the neck and shoulder area. He likely won't take long to return from the issue.
Claiborne (foot) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Connor Hughes of NJ.com reports. Claiborne has been nursing this injury for a majority of the season, but it's only kept him out one game -- Week 9 against Buffalo. He started Week 16's practice slate on the sidelines as well, so he's still in a good position to play Sunday against the Patriots. However, with just nine tackles (eight solo) and one pass breakup in his last six appearances, Claiborne isn't much of an IDP threat at this time anyway.
Claiborne (foot) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Chargers. Claiborne started the week not practicing, but he was able to progress to full participation Friday. The 27-year-old has 37 tackles (29 solo) and one interception in 13 games this season, but he's recorded more than a single tackle in only one of the last five games.
Claiborne (foot) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice. Claiborne has been dealing with foot and lower leg injuries all season, but has only missed one game thus far. With the Jets effectively eliminated from playoff contention, New York may be cautious with Claiborne's foot. In the event he sits, expect Darryl Roberts to see an expanded role at cornerback in Week 15.
Claiborne hurt his foot Sunday against the Buccaneers and is doubtful to return, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Claiborne is on pace for his best season yet, with 30 tackles (23 solo) six pass breakups and one interception so far. Luckily, the Jets have a bye week approaching, so Claiborne will have two weeks to recover before he's called upon again.