Sport Broncos hire DeMarcus Ware as pass-rush consultant, report says

19:56  13 june  2018
19:56  13 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Report : Broncos contact Ware about pass - rush consultant role. DeMarcus Ware could come out of retirement for the Denver Broncos . Second-year Broncos head man Vance Joseph had been wanting to hire a dedicated pass - rush instructor after opting not to replace former outside linebackers

To fill that pass rush coach position, the team should consider DeMarcus Ware . — Phil Milani (@philmilani) June 1, 2015. If the 35-year-old Ware has any interest in coaching, the Broncos should give him a call.

DeMarcus Ware is heading back to Denver.

The former All-Pro edge-rusher is joining the Broncos coaching staff as a part-time pass-rush consultant, an unidentified source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Ware will work with the Broncos pass-rushers on select days throughout the month, a few times per week, the source said, all in an effort to improve Denver's pass-rush as the 2018 season approaches.

Ware had already been working with the team this offseason as a guest instructor and also worked with the Cowboys in the same capacity.

Broncos coach Van Joseph told ESPN about Ware's role with the team earlier this offseason saying:

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According to a report from Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver, the Broncos have reached out to Ware (among others) to come to OTAs and training camp and help out with some pass - rushing instruction. Broncos reach out to DeMarcus Ware for part-time coaching role https

The Denver Broncos have been seeking a pass rush consultant this offseason, and DeMarcus Ware is joining the team at OTAs as a guest coach… Former Denver Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware retired after the 2016 season, though he could have accepted at least one offer

"He's our pass-rush consultant. Obviously, he played with these guys. They have great respect for DeMarcus. He's got so much knowledge when it comes to pass-rush, not just for the outside guys but for the inside guys also, like [defensive end Derek] Wolfe and those guys. It was good to have him out here, and hopefully we can get him back in a couple weeks."

a close up of a person wearing a helmet: DeMarcus Ware © (Getty Images) DeMarcus Ware

Drafted No. 11 overall in 2005, Ware spent 12 seasons with Dallas and Denver, helping the Broncos win Super Bowl 50.

The nine-time Pro Bowl choice finished his playing career with 138.5 career sacks, good for eighth all-time.

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