ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- After an offseason audition of sorts, the Denver Broncos will hire DeMarcus Ware as a pass rush consultant for the upcoming season, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Wednesday. Ware will work on a part-time basis on select days each month, the source said. He has already worked some with the Broncos during the team's offseason program. Ware played with the Broncos for the last three seasons of his 12-year career, including the team's win in Super Bowl 50. Ware, who struggled with back troubles in his final season with the team, retired after the 2016 season. "He's our pass-rush consultant,'' is how Broncos coach Vance Joseph described Ware's role earlier this month. "Obviously, he played with these guys. They have great respect for DeMarcus. He's got so much knowledge when it comes to pass rush, not just for the outside guys but for the inside guys also, like [defensive end Derek] Wolfe and those guys. It was good to have...


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