OXNARD, Calif. – DeMarcus Ware has had three or more sacks in a game eight times in his career. He had a three-sack practice Monday.
Ware has proven to everybody in just two practices that his surgically-repaired shoulder is fine and he will not have any issue making the move to defensive end.
Ware’s first sack came on the third play of team drills after he was able to run around left tackle Tyron Smith untouched to stop Tony Romo. His second sack came during special situations portion of practice when he got by Smith again. The final sack of Romo came when he looped inside and was not picked up by Kevin Kowalski during the team blitz period.
New defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and defensive line coach Rod Marinelli must be smiling at what they see from Ware so early in camp.