Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is reporting that Morris Claiborne will miss the rest of the season because of a torn patellar tendon in his left knee suffered in the Dallas Cowboys' win Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.

Claiborne suffered the non-contact injury on a third-and-3 play with 5:52 left in the first quarter. He did not return to the game and owner and general manager Jerry Jones said the initial fears were a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

On 105.3 The Fan in Dallas Monday, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones confirmed Claiborne's injury. Claiborne will need surgery.
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lsu480117 months
frick it, he got PAID!
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abellsujr117 months
Cowboy fans couldn't be happier.
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Ask Wendell Davis how his recovery went from the same injury.
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djangochained117 months
No way, mo has years of nfl left
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The Torch117 months
May be done as a NFL Player
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TigerB8117 months
Yep, he's done as a cowgirl....
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