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DeMarcus Ware with the classy goodbye

Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker/defensive end DeMarcus Ware always tended to be rather quiet, and the whole leadership thing was likely outside of his comfort zone. He was a wonderful player, a good lead-by-example personality. The voice was lacking. He is also a decent man.

Ware, who recently signed a three-year, $30 million contract with the Denver Broncos, will likely come back to AT&T Stadium one day to have his name put in the Ring of Honor. He should.

On Twitter this afternoon, Ware posted from his account - @DeMarcusWare - a nice note to the Cowboys.












Ware was always a pro; he never stole money, and he never mailed it in. He may never have won big, but his legacy with the Cowboys will be that of a great player, and a good man who deserved to win a few playoff games.

You may not be a Broncos fan, but it's hard not to be a fan of DeMarcus Ware.

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A championship ring would cap off his illustrious career, and no one is more deserving. If he would have resigned with the Cowboys that would never happen, but now he has a legitimate chance with the Broncos. Who can blame him for taking better money with a team that was in the Super Bowl last year?

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