Jason Witten is back!
The Dallas Cowboys convinced one of the greatest tight ends to come back for another season. Jason Witten has not only been a fan favorite for many years, but he is also a Hall of Fame tight end.
Through his 15-year playing career, he battled through numerous injuries, including (but certainly not limited to) broken ribs, cracked sternum, punctured lung, concussions, and more.
Through all of those injuries, Witten displayed the definition of toughness by fighting through them and playing. His dedication to America’s team is undeniable.
Witten leaving the ESPN broadcast booth and coming back to Dallas allows the Cowboys to fill other needs in the draft. The Cowboys drafted a young tight end last year out of Stanford named Dalton Schultz. Witten’s return allows Schultz to learn from one of the greatest of all time.
Witten is the backbone of the Cowboys. He will be a great role model and mentor to everyone on the team. Witten is a very underrated blocker. Ezekiel Elliott will be extremely happy to have him back. Dak Prescott will be even happier because Witten can be a security blanket for him. He is known for being Mr. Reliable. Witten will be another weapon for Prescott and will be someone that the Cowboys can rely on in the clutch.
This might just be what the Cowboys might need to get that Lombardi Trophy.
Welcome back, Mr. Cowboy!