08:04 AM ET 05.03 | Dallas is hoping that it has addressed a poor pass defense with the drafting of cornerback Morris Claiborne. But Claiborne could potentially help in more areas than just covering wide receivers. The player the Cowboys openly admitted was the top defensive player on their draft board could also be used to return kicks, something he did at LSU. In fact, Claiborne, the sixth overall selection, is so eager to contribute that he revealed during a local radio interview that he wouldn't mind lining up for a few snaps at wide receiver. "I would love to be a two-way player," Claiborne told "Galloway and Company." ... "If they gave me that chance and opportunity to go both sides of the ball I'd love it. I won't turn it down."