Sources: Morris Claiborne agrees to 4-year deal

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to a four-year deal with first-round pick Morris Claiborne for $16.26 million, sources said Monday.

The cornerback is en route to Dallas and will be able to practice Wednesday at Valley Ranch when pre-training camp workouts begin.

The monetary value of the deal, which includes a signing bonus of $10.27 million, had been in place for weeks, but the offset language had been a sticking point for almost all of the top picks in the first round. According to sources, the deal contains no offset language.

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