Morris Claiborne seemed to be ready for training camp no matter what happened with his contract situation. Fortunately for him and the Cowboys alike, Claiborne has signed a 4-year, $16.26 million contract with the team. Reports earlier Monday indicated that Claiborne and the Cowboys were close to reaching a deal, and now the Boys can go into training camp with their new-look secondary led by Claiborne and free agent signing Brandon Carr.
Claiborne was taken with the sixth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Cowboys.
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