Jason Witten RUMORS & NEWS

  • Jason Witten on extension: I will always take things a year at a time

    Sports Day "Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said he's isn't ready to slow down like his former teammate Tony Romo. In fact, Witten was in North Arlington on Wednesday helping to build a playground for a charter school after he had practiced. Witten, who will turn 35 in two weeks, was entering the..." April 26

  • Jason Witten writes goodbye letter to Tony Romo

    Sportsnaut "As the accolades keep pouring in for Tony Romo following his retirement from the NFL, former teammates are now starting to speak up about what it meant to play with Romo over the course of his potentially Hall of Fame worthy career. One player who suited up with Romo throughout his 13 years..." April 08

  • Cowboys TE Rico Gathers believes he’ll be the heir apparent to Jason Witten

    ALL 22 "The Cowboys took a chance on the 6-foot-6 tight end in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft after he played college basketball at Baylor. Gathers spent all of last season adjusting to football since he spent his college days on the hardwood. It was an experience the tight end believes he..." April 03

  • Jason Witten agrees to four-year extension with Cowboys

    Pro Football Talk "In February, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said he wasn’t sure how much longer he wanted to continue playing and that he thought the best approach was to “just go into it and look at it one year at a time.” Witten’s view appears to have changed pretty dramatically over the last few weeks. Todd..." March 28

  • Jason Witten committed to playing at least one more season with Cowboys

    Sportsnaut "Dallas Cowboys fans have at least one more year to soak in the stellar play of tight end Jason Witten, who said Friday that he’s going to play in 2017. Beyond that, however, Witten isn’t sure how much gas he has left in his tank. When asked if he was up for multiple seasons, he..." February 04

  • Cowboys TE Jason Witten knows 'there's a shelf life for everybody,' but plans to return next season

    Sports Day "As if the night couldn't get any worse for Jason Witten, the veteran tight end was told just after his postgame interview Sunday that he couldn't leave AT&T Stadium. A tornado warning in the area had the stadium under lockdown. Witten had nowhere to run after a gut punch of a defeat to Green..." January 16

  • Jason Witten doesn't want to be another great without a ring

    ESPN "The last thing every Dallas Cowboys player sees before stepping onto the practice field is a giant portrait of Jason Witten. It's a vividly enhanced, 40-foot snapshot of the 10-time Pro Bowl tight end as he rumbles 53 yards through the heart of the Philadelphia Eagles' defense, his eyes on the end..." January 14

  • Jason Witten passes Terrell Owens on all-time receptions list

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten moved up in the record books once again on Sunday night. Witten passed former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens for seventh on the NFL’s all-time receptions list with his third catch of the night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Owens had 1,078 catches..." December 19

  • Witten '100 percent' confident in Prescott

    Sports Day "Cowboys tight end Jason Witten offered only support Thursday for rookie quarterback Dak Prescott. While Dallas is 11-2 behind Prescott, his struggles in last Sunday's loss at the New York Giants reignited conversation this week about what veteran Tony Romo could do for the Cowboys if the decision..." December 16

  • Jason Witten not concerned catch streak ended

    NFL.com "The Dallas Cowboys' winning streak continued Thursday night against the Minnesota Vikings, but a Jason Witten franchise-record streak ended. The tight end did not catch a pass for the first time in 130 games. The last time Witten went without a catch was Week 9, 2008, versus the New York..." December 02

  • Cowboys' Witten: 'If there's one guy I wouldn't bet against, it's Romo'

    Fox Sports "You may have heard that there’s a looming decision for the Dallas Cowboys to make at the most important position in sports. Rookie Dak Prescott, replacing the injured Tony Romo, has played lights out and helped lead Dallas to a 6-1 record. Romo isn’t healthy enough to return to the starting..." November 06