Four defensive superstars were revealed in the final 10 of NFL Network’s Top 100 players of 2012: Haloti Ngata, Darrelle Revis, DeMarcus Ware and Patrick Willis. Here’s an inside look at the final four from the field, as these guys were wired for sound over the past season.
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Former Jets QB Joe Namath created quite a stir when he endorsed pantyhose in the 1970s, but he has nothing on DeMarcus Ware, Clay Matthews and Wes Welker.
Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware says the key for the Giants is having a quarterback with the last name Manning.
Posted: Thursday, December 8th, 2011 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Dallas Cowboys, David Diehl, DeMarcus Ware, Eli Manning, Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants, Playbook, Rob Ryan, Tale of the tape, Tony Romo
Watching tape in preparation for the Giants this weekend, Rob Ryan has to be licking his lips or plucking his gray beard; however excitement manifests with the Cowboys defensive coordinator, he must have shown plenty of it after seeing New York’s situation at offensive tackle.
How good was Reggie White? The Hall of Fame defensive end is the only player in NFL history to record more than 100 sacks in his first 100 career games. That’s not what makes White such a compelling figure — as you’ll see in Thursday night’s “A Football Life” documentary about White and former Eagles teammate Jerome Brown (NFL Network, 10 p.m. ET), but it’s part of White’s legacy.
There are 15 days until the 2011 NFL season kicks off. Fifteen is a noteworthy number when it comes to sacking the quarterback: Only a dozen players in NFL history have ever recorded two seasons of at least 15 sacks. Only one of those players is active: Cowboys OLB DeMarcus Ware.
The “debate” over the best pass rusher really begins and ends with one guy: DeMarcus Ware.
DeMarcus Ware was in-studio on Sunday night to discuss his No. 12 ranking on the “The Top 100 Players of 2011” list.
Cracking the top 10 of NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011” list isn’t easy. Just ask Super Bowl XLV MVP Aaron Rodgers.
Not only do the Bears and Packers have the oldest rivalry in the NFL, they inhabit two of the league’s most historic venues. As part of our continuing series on the top five moments at the NFL’s 10 oldest stadiums, we took a look at Soldier Field’s most memorable moments on Tuesday. Today, the series moves north, to the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field.
There’s a whole lot of NFC East chatter on this week’s “Cover Two podcast” with myself and Bucky Brooks, in large part because of our guests: Redskins TE Chris Cooley and Cowboys OLB DeMarcus Ware.
Posted: Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Adam Rank Steve Wyche, Antonio Gates, Bucky Brooks, Chris Cooley, DeMarcus Ware, Jason La Canfora, LeSean McCoy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Osi Umenyiora, Philip Rivers, Roddy White, Steve Smith, The Top 100 Players of 2011, Tiki Barber, Troy Polamalu
Antonio Gates is already one of the best offensive tight ends in the history of the league, but did the players get it wrong by ranking him ahead of the man responsible for getting him the ball?
NFL.com senior analyst Pat Kirwan ranked his top pass rushers Wednesday, with Jared Allen, Dwight Freeney, James Harrison, Julius Peppers, and DeMarcus Ware bringing in the top grades. But how did the Vikings, Colts, Steelers, Bears, and Cowboys — the teams those great players belong to — fare in team sacks?
If you’re looking for consistency in a pass rusher, Jared Allen is your man.
With the 76th draft quickly approaching, there has been much speculation over where the value is in the draft. NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock foresees as many as nine defensive ends going in the first round.