Jason Witten showed no signs of rust Sunday in his return to the Dallas Cowboys after serving the previous season as an analyst for “Monday Night Football.”
Elizabethton native Jason Witten is ending his retirement and returning to the Dallas Cowboys.
Jason Witten vividly remembers Tony Romo’s return to the home of the Dallas Cowboys for the first time as a broadcaster last year. Now it’s the 15-year tight end’s turn.
Just days from turning 36, Elizabethton native Jason Witten walks away as the leader in games, catches and yards receiving for a franchise with five Super Bowl wins, but none since the 1995 season.
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten plans to retire after 15 seasons and join ESPN as its lead analyst for the "Monday Night Football" telecast, the network reported Friday.
Jason Witten and his organization created the award to honor the college football player who has demonstrated an outstanding record of leadership by exhibiting courage, integrity and sportsmanship.
Elizabethton native Jason Witten put his name atop another Dallas Cowboys record during Sunday night’s season-opening game against the New York Giants.