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Former LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne is reportedly signing with the New York Jets, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.


The former All-American and Shreveport, La native played at LSU from 2009-2011. He was selected 6th overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
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It's a positive. The team will be so bad, this will buy him at least 2 yrs there. No downside. If he plays well, huge payday comes....if he is average, it will be blamed on poor defensive and offensive woes.
Reply7 months
Sad to see him leave the Cowboys, I was hoping he make that come back to his usual form.
Reply7 months
He did. He was playing as good as any CB in the league in 2016 until he got hurt AGAIN.
7 months
I wonder what they're going to do with the Cowboys themed car
Reply7 months
Saints playing around with the Patriots, meanwhile all the CBs are going away to other teams. I rather Mo than anybody on this team not named Breaux.
Reply7 months
Hate to see Mo have to wind up with the Jets. Almost as bad as Cleveland. Would have liked to see him with the Saints, but 1.) They don't sign LSU players and 2.) They need all available cash to sign Butler. Given Mo's injury history, I have to say Butler is the better choice. However, I wish Mo the best of luck wherever he goes! One of my favorite Tigers! Sure deserved a NC!
Reply7 months
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