The Dallas Cowboys will have to resume their season without cornerback Morris Claiborne, who is out with a torn patellar tendon injury.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne has had a rough 2014 season since being benched from his starting job, which caused him to storm out of team facilities.
He later returned to team practices, but his season will no longer continue as he suffered a torn patellar tendon injury. Luckily for the Cowboys, Orlando Scandrick is healthy and no longer has to serve a suspension for a substance abuse policy violation.
This is bad news for the Cowboys though since Claiborne has failed to pan out after being selected with the sixth overall pick in the 2012 draft.
Here is a tweet from NFL Network reporter Desmond Purnell releasing the bad news.
Stephen Jones says Mo Claiborne’s season is over due to a torn patellar tendon.
— Desmond Purnell (@DesmondPurnell) September 29, 2014