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Jason Witten planning to retire and join Monday Night Football

Jason Witten planning to retire and join Monday Night Football

After a busy night in Arlington, news has began to surface of a huge development surrounding the Dallas Cowboys. Jason Witten, a 16 year veteran and sure future Hall of Famer, is planning on calling it quits. He walked out with Roger Goodell, and Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach were also on hand for the opening of the NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium.

The accolades over Witten’s career are astounding:

He played in 229 of the possible 239 games in his career. 

1152 receptions

12,448 yards

68 touchdowns

11 Pro Bowls

2 First Team All-Pros

2012 NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year

2003 NFL All-Rookie Team

2011 NFL Top 100 (#36)

2012 NFL Top 100 (#75)

2013 NFL Top 100 (#41)

2014 NFL Top 100 (#98)

2015 NFL Top 100 (#93)

While the move isn’t OFFICIAL, early reports are that Witten plans to meet with Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones to discuss everything.

Stay tuned, as we will have more coverage.

 

 

 

Ryan Wilson founded Mavs Fanatic (Now Dallas Sports Fanatic) in January of 2012. He had a vision of starting something new and different. A place where fans of the Dallas Mavericks and fans of writing could come and be heard. A blog "Run By Fans For Fans". He is also a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago WhiteSox (His hometown team). Mavs Fanatic is now known as Dallas Sports Fanatic, a blog that covers all of the major Dallas pro sports teams.    

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