The Denver Broncos have turned up the heat against the rest of the league during the off season. After signing Aqib Talib to a six year deal on Tuesday, Jason LaCanfora reported that the Broncos agreed to a deal with DeMarcus Ware on Wednesday.
The deal is reportedly worth three years and $30 million, with $20 million of the contract guaranteed. It didn’t take long for Ware to find a landing spot after getting dismissed from the Cowboys. The Cowboys needed salary cap relief and it was a foregone conclusion that DeMarcus Ware would be one of the casualties.
Still one team’s trash will look to be another team’s treasure in 2014. DeMarcus Ware will have plenty of motivation to prove that he belongs as one of the best defensive players in the game.
Ware amassed 117 sacks in nine seasons with Dallas, but now he has to be the missing piece to get his first Super Bowl ring with Denver.
Along with Ware, Denver already agreed to a deal with Aqib Talib and T.J. Ward. However, they seem to be parting ways with Eric Decker on the offensive side of the ball. They also took halted talks with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
When the season starts this will be a new look roster for the AFC champions
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