Jason Witten knows a thing or two about how NFL players taking a trip to Mexico at a questionable time may not necessarily have the best optics, but the Dallas Cowboys tight end believes the controver
Jason Witten shocked the NFL world Thursday by announcing he will leave the “Monday Night Football” booth and return to playing tight end for the Dallas Cowboys.
To say Jason Witten has hit some rough patches during his transition from the gridiron to the broadcaster’s booth would be an understatement.
ESPN held an event on Tuesday for potential advertisers during which the “Monday Night Football” crew was introduced.
Jason Witten recently retired following a standout career with the Dallas Cowboys and is making the transition to broadcasting by joining ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” announcing te
To say that Jason Witten isn’t overly concerned about getting slammed recently by former Dallas Cowboys teammate Martellus Bennett might be an understatement.
Jason Witten and Rob Gronkowski are two of the top tight ends in the game and when their respective careers are all said and done, the duo will rank among the best to ever play the position.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten revealed something incriminating about himself related to a cereal named in his honor.
Tony Romo made it abundantly clear with comments this week that he and Dallas Cowboys teammate Jason Witten share a remarkable bond of bromantic proportions.
Greg Hardy’s bid to return to the NFL after a troubling domestic violence case kept him out for 15 games last season seemed well on its way — but not without controversy — when he s