Dallas Cowboys first round draft pick Morris Claiborne returned to his hometown of Shreveport, LA this weekend for his first football camp. The cornerback had his hands full as more than 500 kids showed up to play with their hometown hero.
Claiborne hasn't seen action this offseason as he's recovering from wrist surgery but the Jim Thorpe award winner says doctors will release him to practice on July 24th, just a day before training camp begins at Valley Ranch for rookies and selected veterans.
The former Fair Park and LSU standout remains unsigned, much like the five picks selected before him in this year's NFL draft, but he says, signed or unsigned, he'll report to training camp, the day it starts.
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