Jason Witten to Retire From NFL After 17 Seasons
Jason Witten is hanging up the cleats, again.
Jason Witten has told ESPN he is retiring from the NFL after a 17-year career. He intends to sign one-day contract and retire as a member of the Dallas Cowboys in March when his contract with the Las Vegas Raiders expires in March. He finishes his... https://t.co/BcXGA3Lk9r— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) January 27, 2021
Witten initially retired following the 2017 campaign, but he returned to the Cowboys after a year as the color commentator for ESPN's Monday Night Football.
Witten spent his final season in the league as a reserve tight end for the Raiders. He played in all 16 games, catching 13 balls for a nice 69 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Witten finishes his stellar career with 1,228 receptions, 13,046 yards and 74 touchdowns.
There's no word about Witten's post-playing career, but we're pretty sure he won't be a commentator for Monday Night Football.
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