Claiborne recently met with the Giants, Field Yates of ESPN reports. One of the top players left on the free-agent market, Claiborne totaled 100 tackles, 22 pass breakups and three interceptions with the Jets in 30 games over the past two seasons. His durability over that time might actually be the most impressive achievement, and the cornerback will likely point to that as a reason why he's now deserving of a long-term contract after missing 33 of his first 80 career games with the Cowboys. The 2012 first-round pick would be a nice fit alongside the Giants' current No. 1 corner, Janoris Jenkins.
Claiborne (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Saturday. This is just a procedural move to create some roster space for the Jets, as Claiborne had already been ruled out for Sunday's season finale. The 28-year-old finishes the 2018 season with 57 tackles (44 solo), two interceptions and one defensive touchdown in 15 games.
Claiborne (shoulder) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Claiborne was added to the injury report Wednesday with the shoulder issue and did not practice this week. Buster Skrine is likely to step into the starting role at cornerback opposite Trumaine Johnson in the season finale.
Claiborne did not practice Wednesday due to a shoulder injury. Just exactly when Claiborne sustained the shoulder injury is not readily apparent. What is apparent, however, is that his availability for Sunday's game against New England appears to be in jeopardy. His progressions, or lack thereof, over the next few days should provide more clarity for his situation.
Claiborne (shoulder) is active for Sunday's tilt against Chicago. Claiborne was questionable entering Sunday's game after being limited in practice this week. He'll likely operate as the No. 1 corner with Trumaine Johnson (quadriceps) inactive.
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