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Tagged: Jason Witten (27 Results)


Veteran TE Witten announces retirement

For the second time in three years, veteran tight end JASON WITTEN is retiring from the NFL. Witten, who played last year for the Las Vegas Raiders, is reportedly planning toMore retire as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. As a formality, he is expected to sign a one-day contract with the Cowboys after his current deal with the Raiders expires in March. Witten retires after 17 seasons in the NFL. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Raider tight ends

What do you make of Darren Waller? He caught 90 passes last year, but with only 3 touchdown catches. Can he be counted on to get in the end zone more often this year?  more »



Jarwin to continue to push despite starting status

With veteran tight end JASON WITTEN no longer in town, youngster BLAKE JARWIN will take over the starting duties for the Dallas Cowboys heading into the 2020 season. Jarwin said recentlyMore that the starting role is great, but he was quick to add he will not coast through the upcoming season. Jarwin said that he will push himself even harder to prove that he deserves the role that the Cowboys gave him. Less

Source: Team Website


Raiders add veteran TE Witten

The Las Vegas Raiders agreed to a one-year contract with veteran tight end JASON WITTEN earlier this week. The 37-year-old tight end previously spent the duration of his career with theMore Dallas Cowboys, but the team decided to move on from the veteran Witten in favor of BLAKE JARWIN. Witten is expected to have a limited role behind primary pass-catching tight end DARREN WALLER. Less



Cowboys re-sign TE Jarwin to three-year deal

The Dallas Cowboys signed young tight end BLAKE JARWIN to a three-year contract extension that will keep him with the team for the foreseeable future. With the new deal in place,More Jarwin appears to be the likely starter at tight end heading into the 2020 season. Fellow tight end JASON WITTEN has expressed his desire to remain in Dallas, but with Jarwin’s extension that scenario seems less likely. Less

Source: Team Website


Cowboys likely to use second-round tender on TE Jarwin

The Dallas Cowboys are expected to use the second-round tender on restricted free agent tight end BLAKE JARWIN. The move will cost the team around $3.3 million but will allow themMore to keep their promising young tight end. With the Cowboys focusing on Jarwin, they may choose not to re-sign veteran tight end JASON WITTEN. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Jason Witten

Jason Witten says he wants to play another season, and Jerry Jones says he’s hopeful that Dallas can re-sign him. But there’s not much tread left on those tires.  more »


TE Witten wants to play in 2020, may leave Cowboys

Veteran Dallas tight end JASON WITTEN would like to continue playing in 2020. While he has stated previously that he would prefer to end his career with the Cowboys, he isMore braced for the reality that his career could end elsewhere. Witten has been in regular communication with the Cowboys brass, and it is his belief that his future with the club will be determined soon after next week’s scouting combine. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News

Around the NFL: Greg Olsen

Only eight tight ends in NFL history have gone over 1,000 yards in a season at least three times, and two of those guys could be looking for new teams. Jason Witten concedes he might not be back in Dallas, and Greg Olsen says he’s done with Carolina.  more »


Dynasty Leagues: Long-term tight end rankings

In November, rankings for dynasty leagues get particularly tricky. You get into trying to weigh guys with some short-term value against younger players with some potential to maybe develop into something in the future. (Or not.)  more »



Cowboys cut TE Gathers

The Dallas Cowboys cut tight end RICO GATHERS on Monday. Gathers was entering his fourth training camp with the Cowboys, having transitioned from a college basketball star at Baylor to theMore NFL. With Gathers no longer in the mix, tight ends JASON WITTEN, BLAKE JARWIN, and DALTON SCHULTZ are expected to make up the tight end room in Dallas. Less

Source: Team Website


Romo confident that TE Witten will return to form

Retired Dallas quarterback Tony Romo thinks that former teammate and current Cowboys tight end JASON WITTEN will “pick up right where he left off” heading into the 2019 season. Witten retiredMore and did not play last season, but his retirement was short lived. While nobody knows how much Witten will play this season, the expectation is that he will be ready to roll when called upon. Less

Source: Team Blog


Witten looking better than ever

Dallas tight end JASON WITTEN appears to be in better shape in his return to football than he was before he retired for a year following the 2017 season. Head coachMore Jason Garrett said the team is fortunate to have Witten back. Quarterback DAK PRESCOTT said that Witten has gotten “better, stronger, and faster”, adding that he “hasn’t lost a step”. Less

Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Andy Richardson: Ten deep dynasty adds

The waiver wires are locked in my various dynasty leagues right now; I think that's the case in a lot of leagues. But window shopping is encouraged, so we can all look at the players who we'll be adding once the draft happens and veterans can be scooped up. Here are some of the intriguing ones, in no particular order.   more »



Witten leaves MNF, returning to Cowboys

Former Dallas tight end JASON WITTEN is returning to the Cowboys after deciding to leave the Monday Night Football broadcast booth and return to the gridiron. Witten, 36, signed a one-year deal and will return for a 16th season with the Cowboys.

Source: Dallas Morning News

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