Report: There's 'a chance' DeMarcus Ware might not be back with Broncos
According to a report, DeMarcus Ware could potentially be out with the Broncos.
Ware did miss five games with a back injury this past season with plenty of back/neck troubles previously in his career. His $11.67 million cap figure will likely be looked to for some adjustment. So, if he chooses to retire or does not want to re-work the deal at least somewhat, there is a chance he would not remain.
Ware was outstanding in the playoffs -- Miller got the lion's share of credit for rushing Ben Roethlisberger, Tom Brady and Cam Newton, but give Ware his due. He produced 3.5 sacks in only three games and was a monster down the stretch.
Ware could decide he wants to go out on top with a bunch of sacks, a Super Bowl ring and an incredible career, yet he remains a very capable pass rusher and still is very terrifying in Wade Phillips' defense.
But the pass rusher also could decide he's not willing to take a pay cut -- with all the Broncos' offseason issues it could become a factor. The guess here is Ware ultimately ends up staying and maybe taking a little less money.
The Cardinals, however, don't sound enthused about his return
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