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JASON WITTEN RUMORS & GOSSIP

At this point in his career, Jason Witten says he is taking it one year at a time

While many are worried about the status of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, tight end Jason Witten isn’t getting any younger. Witten has probably been the most consistent player for the Cowboys for the past few years. Now 33 years old, Witten knows that he only has a couple of seasons left in him. Witten was on ESPN Radio’s Russillo & Kanell Show this week and talked...
Via No Guts, No Glory
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Dez Bryant campaigns for DeMarco Murray return to Dallas

To say that DeMarco Murray never really found his niche with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015 would be an understatement. This is why ex-teammate Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant would like to see Murray return to Dallas. Bryant sent a tweet, which appears to be lobbying for support from teammates Tony Romo and Jason Witten to jump on the same bandwagon to pursue Murray....
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Witten Gives His Daughter A #DadDo

Here’s something interesting for Jason Witten fans, Pantene Pro-V is promoting strong, beautiful women through paternal parenting and is looking to some of the best dads in the NFL to get their message out. See the official press release, including video and social links below: Pantene Pro-V Celebrates the Next Generation of Strong, Beautiful Women Brand Continues its ‘Strong...
Via CowboysFans.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Witten says he won't leave Cowboys to chase a Super Bowl

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten says he isn’t tempted by the prospect of going elsewhere to chase a Super Bowl ring. The question posed to Witten is reasonable. Witten has played 13 seasons, all with Dallas, and is a ten time Pro Bowler. He’s also arguably established himself as Tony Romo’s preferred target. However, he’s never even been to a Super Bowl, or gotten particularly...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has no plans to play anywhere else

The Dallas Cowboys are running out of time to make a Super Bowl run with their veteran players such as quarterback Tony Romo who will be 36 years old at the start of next season, and tight end Jason Witten who is currently 33. With the window closing on the chance of winning a Super Bowl, Witten was asked on his weekly radio show 1310 The Ticket, if he would consider leaving...
Via EndZoneScore
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten Become A Salary Cap Casualty?

The idea seems absurd. No--it is absurd, but when push comes to shove and a team. needs salary cap room really bad it can be easier to let a well-paid veteran go to create space rather than cut a number of role players. Teams have done it in the past. The moves are never popular, but sometimes the business side of the NFL requires unpleasant things be done.So with that in mind what...
Via FatManWriting
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Greg Hardy wants to return to Cowboys, repay Jerry Jones

    Greg Hardy enjoyed his time in Dallas even if the Cowboys’ season did not go well, and he says he “would love” to return to the team next season.. Hardy, who was signed by Jerry Jones despite his involvement in a high-profile domestic violence case, recorded six sacks in 12 games, but the team was just 2-10 in that span. He was signed to a one-year deal and will...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Latest from the NFL: Witten sets Cowboys record

The latest from NFL games on the 16th Sunday of the regular season (all times EST): --- 2 p.m. Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten caught a 12-yard pass from Kellen Moore to set the team record for consecutive games with a catch. It was the 118th consecutive game with a reception for Witten, who entered the game tied with Hall of Famer Michael Irvin. The first game of his...
Via Associated Press
December 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Greg Olsen calls Jason Witten 'the epitome of a pro'

Smack talk in professional sports is so prevalent, it could have its own league.Which is what makes to so refreshing to hear athletes sincerely compliment one another.Such is the case with Carolina Panthers’ tight end Greg Olsen, who had nothing but good things to say about Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten.Ahead of the teams’ Turkey Day battle, Olsen recalled to Joseph Person...
Via Yardbarker
November 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Tony Romo: Jason Witten may be best Cowboy of all time

Tony Romo says tight end Jason Witten might be the best Dallas Cowboy of all time. The Cowboys have put 11 players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but during a conference call with the Seattle-area media Wednesday, Romo said Witten might be the greatest players to wear a Cowboys uniform. “He might be the best Dallas Cowboy of all time,” Romo said of Witten, via ESPN.com...
Via Sports-Glory
October 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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