Back in March, future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware announced his retirement from the NFL after 12 seasons, 138.5 sacks, and a culminating Super Bowl victory with the Broncos.
When the monster defender who is 8th on the all-time sacks list decided to hang up his spikes, rumors circulate about the possibility of him returning home to the Dallas Cowboys to take a one-day contract and retiring as a member of the organization that drafted him and for which he dominated offenses during his first nine NFL seasons.
On Monday, Ware appeared at a press conference at the Cowboys’ new facility, The Star in Frisco, alongside Jerry and Stephen Jones, as well as Cowboys coach Jason Garrett.
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The team also announced via its official Twitter account that Ware did retire as a member of the organization.
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