Jerry Jones said Monday evening that there’s no guarantee that defensive end DeMarcus Ware will play another season with the Dallas Cowboys.

Ware is scheduled to count $16 million against the salary cap in 2014 and the Cowboys likely can’t afford him at that price. If Ware, 31, is going to remain in Dallas his contract will need to be restructured or the amount of money will need to be reduced.

“There’s no question when you are where we are on the cap, even though we’ve had some new cap space added, and you have a defensive player that’s your highest paid defensive player, and he hasn’t been on the field much the last two years, that has to be considered,” Jones said on ESPN’s SportsCenter. “You can’t have it all.”

The Cowboys owner and general manager gave an example of one time getting off his personal plane and into a Ford Bronco at the airport. When a reporter questioned why Jones didn’t have a more expensive vehicle, Jones responded: “Well, in order to have a plane, you have to drive a five-year-old Bronco. You can’t have it all.

“We’ve got those kinds of decisions to make, which is a part of what makes it so exciting in the NFL.”

Jones explained the changes the Cowboys have made on defense and how they have forced the seven-time Pro Bowler to play with his hand on the ground.