- Breer’s sources are telling him that the Broncos are “the front-runners for sure” for his services.
Last year, Ware totaled 40 tackles, six sacks, one interception and a fumble recovery over the course of 13 games.
Adam Schefter confirms that former Cowboys DE DeMarcuus Ware is flying to Denver Wednesday to visit the Broncos.
- Schefter adds that an AFC West official who tried to set up a visit with Ware was told: “you’re not going to like where he winds up.“
- Albert Breer reports that DeMarcus Ware will visit with the Broncos in Denver.
- Breer adds that this is only visit he Ware currently committed to.
- Rob Demovsky mentions that if Ware is still available after meeting with the Broncos, there is a chance that the Packers could get involved for Ware. However, Demovsky adds that it is unlikely.
Recent reports mentioned that Ware wanted to move quickly to find his next team, even though there is a chance he could return to Dallas.
However, Ware reportedly has six playoff teams with interest, which is probably enough to persuade him to sign on with a new team who could win a Super Bowl in the near future.
According to Moore‘s source, Ware is open to returning to Dallas next year and will inform the team of any offers he receives.
Ian Rapoport reported earlier in the day that Ware has already received interest from six playoff teams. Rapoport added that Ware would like to move quickly in finding a new team if possible.
- Adam Caplan of ESPN expects the Eagles to have “some interest” in Ware.
Ware, 31, had a base salary of $12.25 million next season to go along with a 2015 salary of $13.75 million. The Cowboys will gain $7.432 million in cap space by releasing Ware.
- ESPN’s Adam Schefter has confirmed the news.
- Werder adds that Ware will consider both 4-3 and 3-4 teams as a free agent.
A decision was expected to be made before the start of free agency, so this isn’t all that surprising.