Former Cowboys and Raiders TE Jason Witten announced his retirement from the NFL after 17 seasons.
Witten, 39 in May, is signing a one-day contract with the Cowboys to retire as a member of the team he spent his first 16 years with before joining the Raiders for the 2020 season. Witten was out of the league in 2018 when he joined ESPN's Monday Night Football booth, but that was a total disaster for both sides. He came out of his hiatus for two more playing seasons and ends his Hall of Fame career with 1,228 catches for 13,046 yards and 74 touchdowns. He turned in four 1,000-yard seasons and four others of 850-plus yards, never missing a game from 2004 forward. Witten made 11 Pro Bowls and was a first-team All-Pro twice. Witten made over $76 million in the NFL. Jan 27 4:24 pm (EST)
- Raiders signed TE Jason Witten to a one-year contract worth up to $4.75 million.
- The Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill reports "by all accounts" impending free agent TE Jason Witten is not returning to the Cowboys.
- Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he hopes to re-sign free agent Jason Witten. All Jason Witten News
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