The Dallas Cowboys had a rough season, especially on the defensive side of the ball. They dealt with a lot of injuries on the defensive side of the ball, including DeMarcus Ware who dealt with several injuries. As he approaches his 32nd birthday, some could assume Ware is beginning to break down. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones doesn’t think that is the case.
“I don’t, that’s a pretty complex assessment,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “And I don’t think we’ll ever know. I don’t know that you know specifically and can put your finger on talent level. You can gauge it by production. We call that, experience, talent level, and he should be benefiting.
“These guys who are more productive or experienced can make them better players. We should be benefiting from that. We should be benefiting from the fact that he’s a veteran player and would know the nuances of conditioning and strengthening and preparing and then we have in Rod Marinelli arguably the best, I think, the best down linemen coach, or one of the best defensive coaches with a specialization in down linemen, that there is. So there’s a lot of reasons why DeMarcus could have a lot better year.”