According to Hill Jr, there’s still a chance that Ware could re-sign with the Broncos, but the possibility exists that he could return to Dallas after spending three years in Denver.
Sources tell Hills that Ware is healthy, despite undergoing back surgery and he believes he’s ready to “finish his career with a flourish.”
The Cowboys are expected to be in the market for pass-rush help and it’s possible that Ware could prove to be one of the better values in this year’s free agent market.
Last month, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that Ware remains interested in returning to the Broncos next season, but he’s also leaving the door open for him to play for the Cowboys in 2017.
Ware, 34, is a former first-round pick of the Cowboys back in 2005. He spent nine years in Dallas before signing on with the Broncos in 2014.
During the offseason, Ware agreed to a restructured contract with the Broncos included a $ million base salary for the 2016 season to go along with a $2 million signing bonus and another $3.5 million that was available in incentives.
The Broncos placed Ware on season-ending injured reserve with a back injury towards the end of the season.
In 2016, Ware appeared in 10 games and recorded 15 tackles, four sacks and a pass defense for the Broncos.
We have him featured in our Top 100 – 2017 Free Agents list.