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Cowboys Cut All-Pro Pass Rusher DeMarcus Ware


Judgement day finally was handed down when the Dallas Cowboys released All-Pro linebacker, DeMarcus Ware. At 31-years-old and having suffered numerous injuries, the Cowboys felt it would be best to part ways with one of their best defensive players in franchise history. Ware requested that the Cowboys make a decision by 4:00 PM ET so the linebacker would become a free agent at the start of the free agency period.

2013 was Ware’s least productive season on the gridiron since being drafted in 2005. Ware recorded six sacks to go with 40 combined tackles. Not the type of production you like to see from your highest paid, defensive player.

Cutting ware saved the organization $7.4 million towards the team’s salary cap. A tough decision, but a decision it looked they had to make without getting an agreed pay cut negotiated.

Ware is now a free man and can sign wherever he pleases. How will the Cowboys replace the long-time pass rusher?

Brandon Sweeney is Co-Editor of the Gab Network. Follow him on Twitter @NFLNSTUFF, Like him on Facebook , add him to Google+, and Trust him on Sulia.

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4 Responses to “Cowboys Cut All-Pro Pass Rusher DeMarcus Ware”

  1. jvar says:

    good move

  2. […] Cowboys Cut All-Pro Pass Rusher DeMarcus Ware […]

  3. G Bear says:

    I wish D well. Heard a lot of talk today about him taking less money to play for Denver or New England. Not from him, just ESPN. Just thought he’d take less to stay, but I don’t blame him for taking a shot at a title. It’s too bad Cowboys are saddled with jerry jones, no title chances in big D. CFL

  4. Ghost of Sammy Baugh says:

    Thanx DALLAS for STEPHEN BOWEN and JASON HATCHER. They’ll soon be meeting at the QB as REDSKINS.

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