Cowboys' Ware feels '100 percent better'
Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware said his sprained neck felt
"100 percent better" on Tuesday but he did not practice and will
undergo more tests before the team decides whether he will be
available to face unbeaten New Orleans on Saturday night.
Ware is supposed to have X-rays, an MRI and other tests Wednesday to see if the swelling is gone and to make sure there are no problems.
"If he's cleared medically then he could play," coach Wade Phillips said. "There's a possibility that could happen."
Ware rammed into the leg of a San Diego lineman Sunday. He was immobilized on the field and taken to a hospital as a precaution. He had strength in his limbs before leaving the field.