DeMarcus Ware’s offseason surgery count may be staying put at one.
According to a report by ESPN Dallas, there’s a good chance that the All-Pro outside linebacker (and soon to be defensive end in Monte Kiffin’s Tampa 2 system) will not need surgery on his elbow to clean up some wayward bone spurs. It had been previously reported that such a procedure was likely for the veteran.
Back in January, Ware underwent surgery to repair a torn right labrum, an injury that hampered him down the home stretch of 2012, and required him to wear a harness. He still managed to post 11.5 sacks, his seventh consecutive year with a double-digit sack total, dating back to 2006.
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