DeMarcus Ware Officially Retires A Dallas Cowboy
Back in March, it was announced that DeMarcus Ware would be officially retiring from the NFL.
Even thought Ware played his final season with the Denver Broncos, he signed a contract on Monday with the team that signed him back during the 2005 NFL draft.
Ware also attended the pre-draft press conference in Dallas to announce that he would be retiring as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
During the press conference, Jerry Jones called Ware,
"A perfect player."
And Jason Garrett said that the Cowboys are trying to look for someone this week during the draft that is of Ware's caliber. He called Ware,
Ware even admitted on Monday that he considered going back to the Cowboys in the offseason.
DeMarcus Ware said one of the few teams he thought about playing for this offseason was the Dallas Cowboys— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) April 24, 2017
Ware is the franchise's all-time leader in forced fumbles and sacks, and was able to make seven pro bowls in his nine year career. 117 of his 138.5 sacks were while wearing a Dallas jersey.
DeMarcus Ware retiring a Dallas Cowboy pic.twitter.com/rWEVJQWF8B— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) April 24, 2017
We're going to miss you, Ware. Glad to see you come home, even if it is to say goodbye.
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