DeMarcus Ware could be contemplating a return to "America's Team".
Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter, he hopes to return to the Denver Broncos next season, but if the veteran linebacker isn't re-signed he would be happy to rejoin the Dallas Cowboys.
Ware was a force in the first nine seasons of his career with the Cowboys, racking up an impressive 127 sacks. The 34-year-old missed half of the 2016 season due to a back injury, but said he feels "like a new man" after undergoing surgery.
“I definitely want to play, I've got a lot of passion, I'm always chasing that ring," Ware told Jeff Legwold of ESPN. "People say if you get four sacks you pass this guy, or if you get five sacks you pass that guy, four-this, five-that. But my biggest thing is always I want a ring while I'm sacking the heck out of the quarterback."
It appears a Super Bowl title is on Ware's mind, and the Cowboys and Broncos are expected to be contenders for some time to come. While the Cowboys look set on offense, Ware could help fix their struggling pass rush on defense, even as a rotational contributor.
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