By Jon Machota
FOXSportsSouthwest.com Special Contributor
May 9, 2012
-- Cornerbacks Morris Claiborne and Brandon Carr have been added in hopes of making one of the Cowboys' biggest weaknesses in 2011 one of their biggest strengths in 2012.
Last season, the Cowboys finished 23rd in pass defense and recorded 15 interceptions, 16 teams finished with more.
Claiborne and Carr, who are projected to be starters, will likely make opposing quarterbacks think twice about their decisions in the pocket. While that could result in an increase in interceptions it could also lead to more sacks.
"Claiborne and Carr, those are really aggressive corners," Ware said Wednesday at the team's annual golf outing. "Our defense is aggressive, and that's what it's about, coming in and being able to stop the run first. We need corners that can come in and hit and also when it comes down to it, covering guys and giving the pass rush more time to get there. And they can do that."
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