The Op sounds more like a Dirty Diana to me, but I'm amazed not by the laughing, but that there's a thread about laughing.
I think too much is made about this emotion thing.... Ware is one of our studs and I don't know how it can ever be taken that he doesn't care. That guy comes to play hard hat on every game. In fact, I think our team is playing a little too tight. Joe Montanna used to keep his teammates light and loose even on critical drives with everything on the line.... I don't think "caring" is really the problem with this team. It's the huge holes in the team (the line, middle linebacker due to injuries, etc), injuries, lack of poise and they are not properly prepared and put in the best position to succeed by the coaching staff (like running a 1 yd play on 1st down because Garrett thought it was 3 and inches). It's like these guys have to get down by a bunch where they start playing looser rather than that tight overly nervous way they start the game. Certainly players like Robert Horry, Michael Jordan and Reggie Miller know how to relax during pressure times and some just don't. If Ware laughs on the sidelines....who cares...that guy works as hard as anyone on the team. We should only have more players like him.
does it really matter...
Ware is suppose to be our leader and thats why we suck. Our leader helps up the other teams Qb and refuses to lay a hard hit and then laughing during a lose. I would love to straight up trade him for SUH and bring in more players similar to Suh and just stock pile the team with them. Then steal Tomlin from the Steelers to coach us
Who are we to judge anyone? They laughed big deal. Does anyone know what they were laughing at? What if it was one of those laughs that eased a hostile moment on the sideline? Point is we are fans not media culprits who try to make a story of something small. At this point Im glad they're in good spirits to have a positive moment while other players on other teams have already quit (cough) Vick.