Dallas Cowboys star linebacker DeMarcus Ware underwent offseason shoulder surgery that kept him from fully participating in OTAs, but you can expect Ware to be out on the field fully participating in the team’s training camp. Ware spoke to ESPN Dallas and stated that he will be working towards 100 percent during camp.
“I’ll be out there doing everything from all the drills to all the plays they want me to do,” said Ware. “I know how it’s going to go, and it’s going to go well. I feel like my shoulder is about 94 percent, if you want to put it that way. If we had to play a game tomorrow, I’d be ready to play.”
Ware believes that getting back on the field and getting bumped around is exactly what he needs to do to gain the confidence back and get closer to 100 percent.
“Just getting out on the field, banging around a little bit, knocking off the rust and maybe sacking the quarterback one time,” Ware said. “That’ll make myself feel good all over again.”
For the Cowboys, they hope their star can get back to top form. With a new defensive scheme, it is more important than ever to have their top pass rusher getting full reps and getting in to game shape for the start of the season.