Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne Back With Team After Skipping Practice


Someone isn’t happy a happy camper on the current Dallas Cowboys. Cornerback, Morris Claiborne was recently reminded that these ho*s ain’t loyal. On Monday, Morris stormed off from the practice facility after finding out that lost his starting spot to teammate, Orlando Scandrick. Scandrick was just reinstated over the weekend after missing the first two games of the NFL season following a suspension when amphetamines were discovered during a random drug test from experimenting with Molly during the off season.


Mo returned to the team facility on Tuesday, but owner Jerry Jones decision is clear, he’s rolling with Draya’s boyfriend. …

Claiborne reportedly skipped practice upon hearing the news, which came just hours after team owner Jerry Jones criticized him in an interview with 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM].

“We’re not giving up on him at all,” said Jones. “Is he what we had hoped for at this point when we drafted him with the sixth pick, gave up a pick to go up to the sixth pick to get him? No. But he’s going to be a good player.”

Now that Orlando Scandrick is back with the team after serving two games of a suspension, he’s expected to take over Claiborne’s starting role. Taylor also notes that the team could fine Claiborne for leaving.

Cold world!