By Todd Archer
IRVING, Texas – Three days after he was called for five penalties and gave up a touchdown pass against Philadelphia, Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne
was able to make a few jokes with his teammates about his performance.
Claiborne thinks it might be the best thing that happened to him. In fact, he hopes Cleveland comes at him Sunday and other teams attack him the rest of the season.
“The next week I know guys are going to come out (and say), ‘Just throw it up there. Either we’re going to catch it or get a penalty,’” Claiborne said. “That’s why I’ve got to play smart and go out and attack the football.”
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