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NFL Superstar DeMarcus Ware Retired After 12 Years of Football Career

Pramesh Baskota Tue Mar, 2017
NFL Superstar DeMarcus Ware Retired After 12 Years of Football Career

Twelve long years of NFL career finally comes to a halt after DeMarcus Ware announced his retirement yesterday on 13th March 2017. He announced his retirement from his personal tweeter account. Dallas Cowboys member retired under Denver Broncos flag. With an NFL ring in his hand, Ware is a star player and one of the most liked NFL players of all time.

DeMarcus Ware, after playing twelve seasons of professional football retired yesterday on 13th March 2017. The pro football player who went through a lower back surgery two months ago to play his part in Superbowl; is now retiring permanently from the football yards. His official statement in his tweeter proves that he left the game and has different plans from now on. The news surely is shocking to all the Football lovers. 

A small report on the whole retirement issue

Ware after spending nine seasons with Dallas Cowboys and three seasons for Denver Broncos retired as the defensive captain of the Super Bowl 50 championship team Broncos. He is retiring as the second sack leader list after Julius Peppers.



We as fans will not be able to feel his presence on the football field anymore. The player has so far not revealed whether he will be involved in managing or training any player or will take the job of a free agent or a manager. He only said that he left the game when a lot was still on the plate.



It's time ... After a lot of thought and prayer, I've decided to accept the unknown and retire from my NFL career. Tempting opportunities still present themselves for me to play and I feel better than I have in years. However, long term health and quality of life outweigh the spark and passion to play that I once had. With that, I take this opportunity to thank all of the people in my life who had a hand in molding me into a great player and the God fearing man I am today. I thank the Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos for opportunities to experience what greatness feels like. I will miss my teammates, coaches, and fans, who supported me over the years. I’m hanging up my cleats and beginning the journey to my next destination. "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith." (2 Timothy 4:7, KJV

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The player who missed only one game in his entire 12 years career will be missed forever in the field starting from today.

His manager John Elway hinted that he may never return to the field again as:

He's going to test the market to see what's out there. I told him that's probably the best thing to do at this point in time and we'll stay in touch and see where he is.

DeMarcus was playing as an unrestricted free agent after his contract with  Broncos expired last week. He had a lot on his table but he decided to get out of the team and leave the game on a good note. He is the eighth-ranked player in all NFL rank. 

Ware’s 138.5 career sacks are likely to make him the first-ballot Hall-of-Famer after he is officially out of the League as DeMarcus is one of only three players ever with 11+ sacks in 7 straight seasons.