Two years later, the organization is still waiting to see a healthy version of first-round investment.
Claiborne revealed Thursday night, via The Dallas Morning News, that he will need to take a pain-killing injection for a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder prior to the season opener.
"The biggest thing is going to be the pain," Claiborne added. "Can you tolerate the pain? The pain is there and it's going nowhere. That's going to be the big thing."
The current shoulder injury is to the opposite of the one that was dislocated and required a harness after a dislocation in the season opener last year.