Nov 24, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz (80) is unable to catch a pass while defended by Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne (24) in the first half during the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
Just looking around at the options for a corner in the league and noticed that there may be a former first round draft pick that could be on the market. The Dallas Cowboys selected Morris Claiborne in the first round a couple of seasons ago and he has been a bust for the Cowboys since his arrival. Coming out of college, scouts that he could be the next coming of Deion Sanders though. It just has not panned out in the last couple of seasons and he might need a new environment to get his mojo going.
The Cowboys could be shopping him around since he has lost his starting job with the squad and he still has some value to their roster. With the depth in the coming draft strong, they could be willing to make a move to stockpile some picks.
Would Claiborne be someone who brings some interest to the roster? He still has potential despite his poor play on the field the last couple of seasons. If the Cowboys have him dangling on the market, the Chargers should take a flier and see how much it would cost to bring him in. If the cost was a 3rd round draft selection, would you make the move? Would you take the chance on the former first round draft pick?