Cowboys tried to bring Jason Witten out of retirement, report says

first_imgCowboys coach Jason Garrett has been trying to bring Jason Witten out of retirement to rejoin the team, ESPN reported.According to the report, the Cowboys have made multiple attempts to get their former tight end to leave the “Monday Night Football” broadcast booth. However, Witten reportedly keeps saying no. The Cowboys have had a hard time at the tight end position due to injuries and inconsistent play. The Cowboys still have flourished in the second half of the season, winning their last four games.The fact that Witten keeps saying no indicates he won’t be leaving the broadcast booth, and the Cowboys’ receiving corps has woken up with the addition of Amari Cooper. Related News Witten retired from playing football last season after spending his entire 15-year career with Dallas.center_img Eagles’ Kamu Grugier-Hill apologizes to Doug Pederson for ‘choking’ comment about Cowboyslast_img

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