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Cowboys to Talk to Ware About a New Deal

The Cowboys want to get sackmaster DeMarcus Ware signed to a long-term deal to be the focus of the Cowboys defense. Today’s Dallas Morning News reports that the team is going to talk to Ware about a deal that will get him in line with what he’s worth:

This week in Indianapolis, the Cowboys will meet with Pat Dye, the agent for All-Pro linebacker DeMarcus Ware, who led the NFL with 20 sacks last season. Ware is entering the last year of his contract and is scheduled to earn a $1.425 million base salary. “I have a long history of working with the organization, from Emmitt Smith, Dexter Coakley, Izell Reese and DeMarcus Ware,” Dye said. “We’ll work through it.” The Cowboys have made an initial offer to Ware, who is in Indianapolis this week for an NFL Players Association meeting, and the sides are expected to get into more serious negotiations in the coming months.


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