The Dallas Cowboys have only one 2012 NFL Draft pick that still isn’t signed to a contract – No. 6 overall pick Morris Claiborne. The rookie cornerback’s agent, Bus Cook, is still negotiating a deal with the team and money doesn’t seem to be the issue. Instead, it’s offset language over which the two sides disagree.
The Cowboys have always included the offset language, which essentially determines whether the team guarantees the value of the deal if cuts the player and he signs with another team. However, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram was told Dallas is quite sure it won’t be an issue much longer and Claiborne will be signed by the start of training camp next week: