Mo Claiborne to miss second straight game

December, 7, 2013
12/07/13
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IRVING, Texas – Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne has been ruled out of Monday’s game against the Chicago Bears, but wide receiver Dwayne Harris was able to take part in a limited portion of Saturday’s practice and is listed as questionable.

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Clairborne will miss his fourth game in the last five with hamstring injuries. He returned to play against the New York Giants on Nov. 24 but aggravated the injury in the game and has not been able to play since. Harris was also hurt vs. the Giants and did not play on Thanksgiving against the Oakland Raiders.

If he can play, then he would bring a boost to the return game. He is averaging 14 yards per punt return and has an 86-yard touchdown and is averaging 31.3 yards per kickoff return with a long of 90 yards.

Linebackers Sean Lee (hamstring), Justin Durant (hamstring) and DeVonte Holloman, defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (stinger), wide receiver Dez Bryant (back) and tight end Gavin Escobar (hamstring) are probable.

Todd Archer

ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter

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