DeMarcus Ware feels 'great'

IRVING, Texas -- DeMarcus Ware is probable for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, and this listing for the Dallas Cowboys defensive end is a lot different than the probable tag he had for the Nov. 17 game against the New Orleans Saints.

“I feel way better than I did against New Orleans,” Ware said. “I felt good, but functionality wise it wasn’t all the way like I needed it to be. Now I really feel great. I feel really good and I’m just going out there and playing.”

Ware was limited throughout the week with a quadriceps strain. He aggravated the injury that kept him out for three games against the Saints and said he might have come back too soon in that game.

“Working through all the drills, going through it all, you can still have a controlled practice but once you’re going against somebody it’s different,” Ware said. “You know what type of keys you’re looking for and you know what to expect.”

Ware is one of eight Cowboys listed as probable for Sunday’s game, joining Miles Austin (hamstring), Dez Bryant (back), Morris Claiborne (hamstring), Jason Hatcher (neck), Nick Hayden (ribs), George Selvie (shoulder) and J.J. Wilcox (knee).

Linebackers Sean Lee (hamstring), Justin Durant (hamstring) and DeVonte Holloman (neck) are out.