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Injury report: Morris Claiborne returns to practice

08/19/2014 9:15 AM

08/19/2014 9:16 AM

Cornerback Morris Claiborne returned to practice Tuesday after injuring his right shoulder in the Aug. 13 practice in Oxnard, but cornerback Sterling Moore (groin) and defensive tackle Henry Melton (groin) were among those still out.

Defensive tackle Terrell McClain (high ankle), safety Matt Johnson (hamstring/back), defensive tackle Amobi Okoye (personal health issues), offensive tackle Darrion Weems (shoulder) and linebacker DeVonte Holloman (neck) were not on the field for the portion of practice open to the media.

Tight end Gavin Escobar (shoulder) and linebacker Anthony Hitchens (stinger), both of whom were injured in Saturday’s game, were on the practice field.


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