At the end of March, Dallas Cowboys head coach called on former first-round draft pick Morris Claiborne to get stronger.
“He needs to get stronger as a player,’’ Garrett said, via David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. “He is working very hard to do that. It’s a hard position to transition into in the NFL.
“We have asked him to do a lot, coming in here on day one, being a starter for us. But as much as anything else, get healthy, get stronger and keep learning and grow as a player. We have a lot of confidence in him.’’
Well now Claiborne is responding to those comments, saying he will be ready for offseason workouts.
“I’m feeling great,” Claiborne said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I feel like my mind is getting stronger as well as my body. Just rehabbing every day and trying to get stronger. I’ll be ready for when we start up our workouts and on to OTAs and minicamp.”
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