The Dallas Cowboys cut DeMarcus Ware on Tuesday to start NFL free agency. While the decision to released DeMarcus Ware seemed difficult from an emotional standpoint, there was no doubt that Dallas was ready to part ways with the organization’s sack leader.
According to CBS Sports, Ware refused to take a pay cut from the Cowboys. It’s true that Dallas will see $7.4 million in cap space, but getting rid of one of their best players on a horrible defense leaves a lot to be desired.
DeMarcus Ware should have plenty of opportunities to land on his feet quickly. As of now, the possibilities are endless. Teams that feel they are a pass rusher away from making a playoff push will all be interested.
DeMarcus Ware played in seven Pro Bowls since being drafted in 2005. He has 117 sacks in his nine seasons, but it still wasn’t enough to stay with the Cowboys.
According to DallasCowboys.com, Ware could still find his way back to the Cowboys if he doesn’t like any of the options out there. However, once a team cuts you, they let you know how expendable you are. Therefore it’s time for Ware to leave and not look back.
If Ware can come back strong from his injury plagued season in 2013, Dallas just might regret their decision.
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