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    Cowboys Fear Sports Hernia For CB Morris Claiborne

    The aren't even 12 hours removed from their epic overtime victory over the division-rival , and it looks like the celebration will indeed be short-lived. It's being reported that the Cowboys fear has a sports hernia that would force him to miss some serious time.

    Morris Claiborne has played phenomenally for the Cowboys through their -leading 6-1 start to the season. He's been this team's defensive , and losing him would be a big blow to what has become the strength of 's .

    We'll keep you updated as far as official word is concerned here at . Let's all hope for the best, and for what it's worth the NFL is Tuesday, November 1st.

    What do you think the Cowboys would do if Morris Claiborne had to miss some time? Let us know! Comment below, Email me at RJ.Ochoa@SlantSports.com, or Tweet to me at @RJOchoa!

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    Kevin Black

    This will probably end Claiborne’s season. There’s a remote chance he could come back by week 16 or 17, which would mean he could be available for the playoffs, assuming the Cowboys make the playoffs (it’s definitely looking good there). The real question will be during the off-season. He’ll be a free agent and he will have to answer the injury questions once again. That might make it where he’s affordable for Dallas to resign him. No matter what happens this year though, CB will be at the top of the draft list in 2017.

    Get well fast, Mo! We miss you already!