Denver Broncos are really puling out all of the stops as they try to right the wrongs of their heavy Super Bowl defeat, as they have now added perennial Pro Bowl defensive end DeMarcus Ware to their roster.
Ware was released by the Dallas Cowboys just before the opening of play for the NFL's free agency period Tuesday.
The Broncos have already pounced in the free agency to improve their average defense, with the signing of dominant cornerback Aqib Talib from the New England Patriots.
Not wanting to stand still after their devastating defeat to the Seahawks in February's Super Bowl, the Broncos have now collected another one of the free agency period's prized assets.
According to Albert Breer of NFL Network, Ware was in Denver today to hash out a deal, and now that has been reportedly completed.
Breer explained on Twitter today, "DeMarcus Ware just landed in Denver. Source says the Broncos are "the front-runners for sure" for his services."
And news just in from ESPN's Adam Schefter is that Ware has signed.
He posted on Twitter, "Pending a physical, former Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware reached agreement with Broncos on 3-year, $30M contract include $20M gtd."