On the same day DeMarcus Ware returned to practice after sitting out a month with a broken right forearm, the Denver Broncos pass rusher received more good news.
The Denver Police Department announced Wednesday that it had apprehended the suspects involved in the burglary of Ware's home and also recovered the stolen property.
Ware's home was burglarized Monday night while he was at the Broncos' home game against the Houston Texans. The 34-year-old didn't play in the victory, though, and hasn't competed since Week 2 while he recovered from the arm injury.
One of the items stolen was Ware's Super Bowl 50 ring, valued at more than $30,000. Police shared photos of the suspects on social media — taken from cameras inside Ware's home — which apparently aided in their capture and recovery of the items.
"It was a really big thing because that's a memory that lasts a lifetime and your ring -- you're touching that ring during that ceremony," Ware told reporters. " ... It's not like I'm going to wear it every day, but every once in awhile you want to go in there and look at it and say 'this is something that I've accomplished.
" ... And not only was the 12th man out there when we were playing on the field, when we're off the field, they did their job they needed to do get (the photos of the suspects) out there. I just want to thank them, too."