Denver Broncos: DeMarcus Ware considering coming out of retirement?
Could one of the all-time greats, Demarcus Ware, return to the field? The former Denver Broncos linebacker is considering it.
When we last saw Demarcus Ware in a Denver Broncos uniform, he was celebrating a victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.
Ware posted a video on Twitter on Thursday asking fans if he should unretire.
He stated that the news of Jason Witten unretiring has inspired him and that some of his former teammates, Cowboys defensive end Demarcus Lawrence and Broncos pass rusher Von Miller, have gotten in contact with him in regards to a comeback.
The Broncos do need another edge player…
Ware looks to be in great shape and I believe that he is serious about this. But which team, the Cowboys or Broncos, would he hope to sign with?
In the video, he mentions that he should give Tony Romo, who currently works alongside Jim Nantz with CBS, a call. That right there hints that the three of them would go back to Dallas.
If Ware does indeed come out of retirement, the Denver Broncos would be losing a coach. Ware had served last season as a part-time coach to the team’s linebackers.
He helped Von Miller break the team’s all-time sack record, and under his guidance, rookie Bradley Chubb exceeded 10 sacks.
In all honesty, I’m not sure if Ware is legitimately serious about a return to the field. What I do know is that, if he does decide to suit up again, the Broncos would be losing a key quality coach. It would be a major blow to the team.
It also remains to be seen whether or not Ware will even be brought back to the team as a pass rush consultant.
Ware is a sure-fire Hall of Famer. If he decides to come back for another year, his wait for enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame will have to reset.