Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne doesn’t hold any grudges against Sean Lee for the friendly fire that concussed him against the Packers.
Claiborne suffered the concussion when he took the brunt of a hit by Sean Lee. Lee hit Claiborne instead of Packers receiver Jordy Nelson after the receiver spun out of the way.
“I didn’t have any bitter feelings, I didn’t worry about nothing,” Claiborne said. “All I was worried about was just coming back. Getting back on the field. I knew I was done that game, but I knew we had the bye week and I had another week to get ready.
“He doesn’t owe me anything. I was glad someone was there. For him to be coming like that, I know that he’s going 100, and it’s important to him. I know he wasn’t trying to hit me at all. The receiver spun out of it, so he kind of missed him.”
Claiborne was cleared late last week, but the bye week was an opportune time to spend more time resting.
“After it happened, I wasn’t feeling that good, but the next day I had no symptoms,” Claiborne said Friday. “It was all about just going to the doctors and letting them clear me from that point. … So I was ready to go this week.”