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<P>DeMarcus Ware shows leadership role in early days with Broncos</P><P> ;</P><P>DeMar cus Ware scooted toward the parking lot Wednesday, unnoticed by reporters. His impact on the Broncos, however, remains as impossible to miss as his lime green Nikes.</P><P></P><P>June practice in shorts fosters optimism. Everyone looks good, focus is narrow and goals are shared. So many players have chips on their shoulders, Doritos figures to film a commercial at Dove Valley.</P><P> ;</P><P>Ware& #039;s presence warrants a double take. He grows in significance every time a teammate approaches a microphone or shares an anecdote. After practice earlier this week, Ware worked overtime with a teammate. And not linebacker Von Miller, who might benefit most by Ware's addition. Ware, the former Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowler who was cut this offseason, worked with right offensive tackle Chris Clark.</P><P></P><P>Clark switched positions from the left side after all pro Ryan Clady's return from an injured left foot. It creates a challenge with footwork, not unlike a shortstop moving to second base and learning how to turn the double play. Ware advised Clark on specific moves, trying to quicken his adjustment.</P>< P></P><P>A lone, the scene speaks about Ware's intentions, his drive to leave the Cowboys' puzzling mediocrity in his past and reach the postseason. He helps everyone. Defensive end Derek Wolfe calls him a coach on the field, pointing to assistance provided in simple drill work. Miller joked that Ware is [url=www.cheapnfljerseyscenter.us]Nike NFL Jerseys China[/url] a "like a psychic because he already knows what I am asking before I ask it."</P><P& gt;</P><P>Tig ht end Julius Thomas praised Ware on Wednesday. Having Ware across from him in drills becomes a daily CliffsNotes.</P>< ;P></P><P> "I am trying to improve and get better, and I always like to remind people that it's tough to learn when you are going up against the best players in the world," Thomas said. "Going against someone of DeMarcus' experience and skill level makes me better. I can't say enough about how much he has helped me so far, and how it will only continue going forward."</P>& lt;P></P><P&g t;Ware downplayed his role, saying he's watching from the "catbird seat." He is getting a read on his teammates while also serving as an open book. It's becoming clear with each passing day why defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio frets little about his defense's leadership.</P>< P></P><P>P rater back at camp. Place kicker Matt Prater returned to the Broncos on Wednesday and participated in closed team practices. Prater, who made 25 of 26 field goal attempts last season, missed the first four organized team activities sessions because [url=www.cheapnfljerseyscenter.us]Wholesale Jerseys[/url] of a personal medical issue.</P><P> </P><P>Footno tes. Cornerback Chris Harris (left knee) continues to make progress. He could return as soon as the third preseason game, and he sees no reason he won't be ready for the Sept. 7 season opener as part of an improved unit. "You get Von and me back with the new guys, and this defense is going to be scary," predicted Harris. . Thomas, a former college basketball player, on whether the 6 foot 8, 250 pound LeBron James could play in the NFL: "If I can do it," Thomas said, "he could definitely do it."</P>

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