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Morris Claiborne’s tricked-out present to his parents

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Morris Claiborne signed a $16 million deal with the Dallas Cowboys in July. One of his big purchases with his money? A shiny, custom car for his parents telling the world where their son works.

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According to Busted Coverage, this car has been spotted around Shreveport, La., Claiborne's hometown. The design makes it quite clear to any viewer that someone who really loves Mo Claiborne is driving it.

And what a nice gift to give to the parents who have supported him through his football career before he was drafted by the Cowboys in April. Of course, as soon as this is published, I expect a call from my mother asking why I haven't bought her a Yahoo! Sports-themed car.

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