As reported earlier, DeMarcus Ware has joined the Denver Broncos after being the biggest name cut in the free agency by the Dallas Cowboys.
The defensive end has now spoken out after putting pen to paper on his $30million deal.
Speaking at the press conference he pointed out that the Broncos mentality of wanting to win quickly was a driving force for his signing with them.
He explained to reporters at the conference about the mentality saying: "[It's] a mentality of, ‘I’m not looking forward to the next season or the season after that — the time is now. They’re trying to get the job done."
Ware is very aware of how many years Peyton Manning has left in him and presumably, so do the Broncos.
The plan appears to be to win the Super Bowl within the next two years to capitalise on Manning and their salary cap and free agency acquisitions also seem to support the short term plan.
This aggressive strategy from the Broncos is certainly giving a clear signal for their intentions and especially a better defensive line. Ware also said: "We’re fixing to beef up our defense. We’ve got our offense, now let’s go and get our defense right. Because we know we’re a contender."
Whilst they made it to the Super Bowl last year, the Broncos mainly outscored their opposition but gave up over 25 points in eight games including the Super Bowl.
This restructuring is surely a direct response to the success of the Seattle Seahawks defense, after cutting veteran Champ Bailey and signing Aqib Talib.