DeMarcus Ware is back to help coach Denver

Posted On: Jun 14, 2018   |   Posted By: Yardbarker

DeMarcus Ware will return to Denver and work with some of his former teammates. After months of trying, the Broncos hired the future Hall of Famer as a part-time coach, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Ware will work with the Broncos around 40 or 50 days this year, Mike Klis of 9News reports. Klis adds that Ware will work with the defensive assistants, some of whom were around during his final Broncos seasons. Ware received interest from the Cowboys for a similar consulting-type role but opted for the Denver job.“I wish I could help out both teams, but with the league, you can't do that,” Ware said, via Klis. “You've just got to choose your battles and this right here was my choice.”Jhabvala notes Ware will work with Broncos outside linebackers and defensive ends, with Bradley Chubb likely his chief assignment, and will be at various practices and spend time in meetings with coaches.“It's great for Von ,” Vance Joseph said, via Jhabvala. “D-Wa

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