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Report: Ex-Cowboys pass-rusher DeMarcus Ware lands part-time gig helping Broncos' offensive line

It looks like the Denver Broncos are again enlisting the services of former Cowboys pass rusher DeMarcus Ware, only this time it's not as a player.

The Broncos hired Ware part-time as a pass-rush consultant and will work with the team a few days a week, a few times per months, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Ware, who owns the Cowboys franchise record for sacks (117) after playing in Dallas from 2005-13, was part of the Broncos' Super Bowl 50-winning team, teaming up with former DeSoto and Texas A&M standout Von Miller star on a formidable defense.

Ware, who retired from the NFL after the 2016 season, has already spent part of this offseason coaching up the defensive lines in both his former homes, Dallas and Denver. Ware was last spotted at The Star in Frisco for Cowboys organized team activities last week. He also served as an NFL draft ambassador for this year's event at Arlington's AT&T Stadium.

Ware, who is known for his workouts and top-level fitness despite retiring, is part-owner of a gym in Southlake. He has worked there with several Cowboys defensive linemen for the past three years.

Read the full article at Dallas Morning News