DeMarcus Ware attends Cowboys practice, works with pass-rushers
DeMarcus Ware attends Cowboys practice, works with pass-rushers:-DeMarcus Ware is one of the best pass-rushers, and players overall, in Dallas Cowboys history. Even after leaving the team and winning a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos, his post-career loyalty has remained in Dallas, and even if he isn’t playing for them anymore, he is still finding ways to help the team.
According to Todd Archer of ESPN, Ware is at Cowboys’ practice today working with the team’s pass-rushers. Ware’s presence is a welcome addition to practice for a group of pass-rushers that ranges across the entire NFL spectrum.
On one end is superstar DeMarcus Lawrence, a Defensive Player of the Year candidate who has picked up Ware’s mantle as the best pass-rusher the Cowboys have. David Irving hasn’t been far behind, but the Cowboys also have less heralded players like Benson Mayowa and Maliek Collins just trying to contribute to the team and make their mark in the league. But the player that is likely to get the most out of working with Ware is first round rookie Taco Charlton, who has struggled this season and can use all of the help he can get.
Ware has kept a low profile since his retirement, but perhaps he’s looking to test out the waters on a potential coaching career. If Ware did want to return to the NFL in that capacity, he would have no shortage of suitors. The Cowboys could certainly find a place in the organization for a player of his caliber.