Dallas Cowboys veteran pass rusher DeMarcus Ware proclaimed himself as a game-time decision due to a lingering thigh injury.
Ware is regarded as a question mark for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. He's never missed a game since entering the league in 2005.
He has yet to practice all week, but is expected to make the trip to Philadelphia and see how his leg feels in warmups.
"It's two times better than what it was," Ware told Dallas reporters. "I do have some push. I actually have been running in the weight room. It's feeling pretty good to me personally.
"I know that I can get through injuries. You can never sway what [injury] is worse than the other. Each week, like I took with that injury, take that whole week and make a game-day decision."
Ware insisted that, contrary to reports that said he'll be out up to a month, he won't be sidelined long.
"I'm not going to be out three or four weeks," Ware said. "I don't know where that came from. Somebody said it. I know my recovery is pretty fast, and I'm feeling pretty good."
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