FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys continue to be pleased with Mo Claiborne's injury recovery as he points toward a return at some point this season.
The fifth-year cornerback has missed the last seven games with a groin injury but has made progress in his rehab with the athletic training staff.
"Mo had a real strenuous workout, I think Friday. And he did do it well," Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan. "But on the other hand, he did have some lingering effects from that over the weekend. So, we will let that sort itself out here this week, let him have some more very strenuous workouts. We're very pleased with those."
Claiborne told reporters two weeks ago he was hopeful to return before the regular season ends. The Cowboys (12-2) have two games remaining and have already qualified for the playoffs.
"Based on how he was able to move around Friday of last week, even though he did have some resulting soreness, then I think we could look to see him on the field in the future this year," Jones said.