Jason Witten RUMORS & NEWS

  • Cowboys, Witten restructure contract to free up nearly $3.5M

    Sporting News "The Cowboys have restructured 11-time Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten's contract, bringing to more than $10 million the amount of salary cap space they've created in the past week, The Dallas Morning News reported Saturday, citing unidentified sources. By reworking the four-year extension..." March 24

  • Fox pursuing Cowboys TE Jason Witten to be 'Thursday Night Football' analyst

    Sporting News "You can never have enough Cowboys in an NFL TV booth, so it seems. Fox Sports is targeting tight end Jason Witten to become its new "Thursday Night Football" analyst, sources tell Sporting News. Fox and ESPN spent February pursuing Peyton Manning to call "TNF" and "Monday Night Football,"..." March 11

  • Jason Witten: 'Foolish to get sensitive' if Cowboys draft tight end early

    ESPN "As Jason Witten gets ready for what will be a franchise-record 16th season with the Dallas Cowboys, he knows this might be the year the team drafts his successor with an early-round pick. "They've got to find the best roster that they can do," Witten said last week at the inaugural Jason Witten..." February 26

  • Jason Witten says he will return to Cowboys next season

    Yardbarker "Jason Witten will officially continue to grace us with his presence in 2018. After the Cowboys’ season-ending victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the veteran tight end told reporters that he will be returning to the team for his 16th NFL season. “Oh, I’m back,” said Witten, per..." January 01

  • Cowboys TE Jason Witten: “My Intentions Are To Keep Playing”

    NFL Trade Rumors "Cowboys TE Jason Witten told reporters following Sunday’s game that he intends to return for the 2018 season. “I see too much positive,” Witten said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I really do. I feel too good to think that would end, so my intentions are to keep..." December 25

  • Jason Witten won't leave Cowboys for Tennessee coaching job

    ESPN "Jason Witten is in no rush to leave the Dallas Cowboys, despite his name being connected to the head-coaching vacancy at his alma mater of Tennessee. "Coaching is something I can see myself down the road, having one of those opportunities, but right now I'm all in with this team and my feet are..." November 27

  • Jason Witten calls offensive meeting to discuss lack of points

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The slumping Dallas Cowboys have lost two consecutive games in blowout fashion. An offense that averaged 31.7 points in its previous six games, has just one touchdown in 23 drives over the past two games and that came on a short field after a turnover. The Cowboys have allowed 12 sacks in..." November 22