It is understood that Demarcus Ware wants to retire as a Dallas Cowboy
Future Hall of famer DeMarcus Ware is believed to have told people close to him that he wants to retire as a Dallas Cowboy and help bring The Vince Lombardi Trophy back to Dallas in 2017.
Ware, who turns 35 before the start of the 2017 season is currently a free agent after 3 years with the Denver Broncos, where he won a Super Bowl in the 2015-16 season, in what some have considered one of the best ever defenses in the games history.
It has been reported that Ware’s managment have conducted informal talks during the NFL Scouting Combine this week, about the posibility of a return to Dallas where Ware played 9 seasons.
The Cowboys selected Ware with their first pick (11 overall) in 2005 NFL Draft. The first round pick out of Troy has since gone on to be one of the games most dangerous Outside linebacker. Ware has made 138.5 Quarterback sacks, forced fumbles 35 times and made 3 interception in a hall of fame career.
Ware could demand anywhere between $5-10 million on the open market, but if the Cowboys and Ware can find common ground, Jerry Jones could bring one of his favorite franchise players back to Dallas on a bargin basement price.