Training Camp starts Wednesday at 2:15 p.m. and DeMarcus Ware still doesn't have a contract extension.
Ware enters the final season of his rookie deal and is expected to become the league's highest paid defensive player by next year.
What's that mean? Simply put, he'll play out the remaining year and take more than $100 million to go play somewhere else if Jerry Jones doesn't get a deal done.
Ware's worth the money. In his four seasons, he has 299 tackles, 53.5 sacks, and 18 forced fumbles.
The good news is that Ware won't take the lack of a contract personally.
He will be at camp and wants to stay in Dallas, but understands that it's a business.
In the end though, money may be the deciding factor.