DeMarcus Ware said he was misinterpreted in April when he seemed to imply during an interview on Sirius XM's NFL Radio that it's time for Tony Romo to "put up or shut up." The Dallas Cowboys defensive end wasn't only talking about Romo and the quarterback's new six-year, 108 million contract extension. Ware said he was referring to everyone on the Cowboys roster.
Recently, Ware was again asked about Romo becoming the highest-paid player in franchise history.
"I think regardless of the dollar figure, it's who you're playing for. It's the Dallas Cowboys," Ware said, according to USAToday's Chris Strauss. "You've gotta be consistent. You know the tradition of what they've done in the past. Now can you make that future of the same type of winning. He's got some big shoes to fill so he's gotta look at it that way. If you're in that position, you're deserving of whatever you get. You've just got to prove it week in and week out."
In another recent interview, Ware was asked about the gr...