Broncos hire DeMarcus Ware as a part-time coaching consultant

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Former Broncos pass rusher DeMarcus Ware worked with Denver’s players during the offseason, and the team liked what he brings to the table.

As a result, Ware is being hired as a part-time consultant, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Ware will only work a few days a week, and not every week, but he’ll be coaching the Broncos’ pass rushers on a subject Ware knows very well.

Some of the Broncos’ defenders already know Ware well. Von Miller, Shane Ray and Shaq Barrett all played with Ware and have all said they benefited from his veteran presence. Fifth overall pick Bradley Chubb will surely benefit from Ware’s words of wisdom as well.

12 responses to “Broncos hire DeMarcus Ware as a part-time coaching consultant

  1. Another swing and a miss by the Broncos. Good luck Elway. You’re going to need lots of it.

  2. I would think Jerry would hire him to be an assistant Dline coach since he is currently working with Demarcus Lawrence now and perhaps hiring him will give him some time with Taco and the other young guys as well but I guess not. The old fart wasn’t quick enough and Elway beat him to it

  3. Great move & glad the Broncos are smart enough to bring him on. NFL fan of 60 yrs and nowadays it can’t hurt to bring in recent players who were great to help out. As long as everyone stays in their lane which I am sure is discussed with the coaches etc. This will work out great along with Manning coming in on occasion to work with Case. Peyton lives just down the street. Now as a bad example, don’t bring in TO or Ritchies I to help out – LOL.

  4. eazeback says:

    tsk tsk jerry….asleep at the wheel yet again…smh
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    Perhaps he didn’t want to move again.

  5. Great Way to circumvent salary cap bring on retired players and pay them for what they gave for “free” months earlier. Just saying…

  6. Great Way to circumvent salary cap bring on retired players and pay them for what they gave for “free” months earlier. Just saying…
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    What does hiring a retired player as a coach have to do with circumventing the salary cap? The key word is “retired”, as in, no longer an active player, ineligible to be on an active roster unless said player “unretires”. In you whine, any ex-player who is hired to coach is circumventing the salary cap.

  7. Good hire… he & Ashley are tight from the Peyton/Chinese HGH days…. he’ll be able to keep the player well supplied thru those channels!!!

  8. I understand all the jealous remarks from the Elway haters in the Eestern Division, but why do the patriot fans always troll the Broncos posts?
    Is all kinda sad.
    As a Broncos fan, I never post on other team threads, rarely even read the posts.
    Just not all that interested…

  9. Cowboys did want to hire him, but he only had time for one of them…he chose Denver as the best place for him.

  10. harril3 says:
    June 14, 2018 at 5:51 am
    Cowboys did want to hire him, but he only had time for one of them…he chose Denver as the best place for him.
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    Was also the best place for him to finally win a Super Bowl.

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