Experience: 16 years
Weight: 263 lbs
Jason Witten spoke at annual Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award ceremony and it clear he still wants to play and play for the Cowboys in 2020 but his future still remains unclear.
TE Jason Witten reflects back on coming out of retirement and talks about what's next for him,
Tight end Jason Witten talks about the team's mindset this week knowing that they need a win and help to get into the playoffs.
TE Jason Witten share his thoughts on the importance of winning games down the final stretch of the season.
He's still got it! Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten snags a stellar one-handed touchdown from 19 yards out.
Tight end Jason Witten says the team still has their goals in front of them this season, but they have to go earn it.
Tight end Jason Witten says the team is aware they need to improve their level of play down the stretch.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten makes career catch No. 1,200.
Tony Romo breaks down Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten's opening-drive touchdown.
Tight end Jason Witten says high expectations are part of playing for the Dallas Cowboys, but the team is still confident after a tough loss to the Vikings.
TE Jason Witten talks about the team coming up short down the stretch, falling to the Vikings at home.
Tight end Jason Witten talks about the challenges Minnesota's defense will present this Sunday.
TE Jason Witten reflects on his time on Monday Night Football and his excitement to be in the middle of a playoff race with the Cowboys.
Jason Witten talked to reporters about his respect for Philadelphia tight end Zach Ertz, as well as this weekend's big matchup against the Eagles.
TE Jason Witten talks about the Cowboys losing their third straight loss, falling to the New York Jets.
Tight end Jason Witten discusses the offense's motivation to correct mistakes from previous losses to the Packers and Saints.
Jason Witten explains why he thinks the Cowboys will respond the right way to last week's loss.
Tight end Jason Witten discusses the importance of communication by the offense in order to handle the New Orleans Superdome's crowd noise.
TE Jason Witten shares his thoughts on the team's 31-6 win over the 0-3 Miami Dolphins.
Tight End Jason Witten talks about the importance of not taking the 0-2 Miami Dolphins lightly and under estimating them.
Tight end Jason Witten discusses the Cowboys' approach in the opener and how they look to build on the offense's success moving forward.
TE Jason Witten shares his thoughts on finally making his official return this week vs the New York Giants.
The first game for Jason Witten was short but productive. The veteran discussed this "next step" in his comeback.
TE Jason Witten shares his thoughts on Kellen Moore's offense, Dak's growth and his spectacular one-handed touchdown catch.
Jason Witten shares his thoughts on his new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and the wrinkles he is adding this season.
Here are the facts that we know regarding Jason Witten and his future with the Cowboys.
Jason Witten made it clear he still wants to play and play for the Cowboys in 2020 but his future still remains unclear.
Whether or not Jason Witten decides to return for another year, he is still a free agent and the Cowboys will have a decision to make. Keep the future Hall of Famer again or move on to Blake Jarwin?
The Cowboys will undoubtedly look different next year. But just how different? Here's a look at five big-name players that might not be around, including future Hall of Famer Jason Witten.
He might not know where it happens, but it sounds like Jason Witten wants to continue playing football in 2020.
Jason Witten shared a hug with teammates in the final offensive huddle of Sunday's season finale. Was it his final snap?
Jason Witten says he's not letting his mind go beyond Sunday's regular-season finale. While he's not ready to make a decision on his future, Witten's focus remains on Week 17.
When Jason Witten decided to leave the ESPN Monday Night Football booth in March and return to the Cowboys, he had games like Sunday in mind.
Jason Witten has never been a touchdown-spike kind of guy.
When the Los Angeles Rams come to AT&T Stadium to play the Cowboys it will be a return to Texas for Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, who was head coach of the Cowboys from 2007 to 2010.
Jason Witten is grateful for his experience at Monday Night Football but says he's right where he needs to be -- back with the Cowboys.
There's a dozen or more reasons the Cowboys lost their third-straight game on Sunday, but the two moments that'll get dissected the most revolve around Jason Witten.
The Cowboys know they were getting a ton of press after a 3-0 start, but it's fizzled quite a bit after two losses, Jason Witten says, "You have to go win."
After a year in the television booth, Jason Witten is where he wants to be, again on the field with his Cowboys teammates. And his words, "I wouldn't bet against me."
Jason Witten has had plenty of practices this offseason, but he took another step in his comeback by starting Saturday's game. He even contributed with a clutch reception to move the chains.
When it comes to playing football, Jason Witten hasn't had to prove himself since his rookie year. But he knows that isn't' the case right now. But he welcomes the challenge.
After spending a year away from the grind, Jason Witten plans to work even harder than usual to ready himself for his 16th NFL training camp.
Jason Witten is back to work this spring, embracing his role as the Cowboys' elder statesman – and supporting the young leaders who stepped up in his absence last year.
With no shortage of players to re-sign, Stephen Jones detailed the contract conversations that await the Cowboys with the likes of Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott.