IRVING, Texas – Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne returned to practice Wednesday after missing the opening session of the mandatory minicamp because of a migraine.
Claiborne missed a practice during his rookie year because of a migraine and said he has had a problem with them since high school. He said he has not attempted to figure out why he gets the migraines.
“It’s just one of those things where they sneak up on me,” Claiborne said. “No control over them.”
In his return, Claiborne was thrown right into the mix. On his first snap of one-on-one work, he broke up a fade route to Dez Bryant in the end zone. In a blitz session, Bryant was targeted four straight times, coming up with two catches and drawing an interference penalty on Claiborne.
“That’s one of the greatest receivers in this league," Claiborne said, "so going up against him every day I feel like I can’t do nothing but get better.”