RVING, Texas Ė Linebacker DeMarcus Ware
had to sleep in a recliner the last few weeks following offseason labrum surgery in his shoulder.
That didnít stop him from joining the Super Bowl festivities in New Orleans and making his rounds Thursday to discuss his health, Rob Ryanís departure, the new defensive scheme and whatís held the Cowboys back in recent years.
Ware said he expects to be ready for the start next season, though itíll likely take the whole offseason for him to rehab and he may also need surgery on his right elbow. He played the final half of last season with shoulder and elbow injuries, but he knows the uncomfortable feeling heís experiencing now in his sling will only be temporary.
ďItís a lot better,Ē Ware said of his shoulder on ESPNís Mike and Mike in the Morning. ďI got my first all-night sleep last night in New Orleans. Go figure. But everythingís good. Itís progressing.Ē