Jason Witten Says Freedom Of Speech Gives Kaepernick Right To Protest National AnthemMuch has been made about San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision to not stand for the national anthem before his team's preseason games.
Video: Jason Witten Joins The GBag Nation At Cowboys CampCowboys tight end Jason Witten joined the GBag Nation live at Cowboys training camp in Oxnard.
Marty B: 'I Hated Cowboys Teammate Jason Witten'This is probably not the way for “Marty B’’ to endear himself to Cowboys Nation.
Cowboys Star Tight End Stars In CommercialShoppers and Albertsons employees lined up to watch the making of a commercial starring Jason Witten.
Can Zeke Help Cowboys Back To The Future?My initial thoughts on the conventional-wisdom-style analysis of the 2016 Cowboys offense that it should simply mimic the 2014 Cowboys?
Moment 15: Witten Runs With No HelmetA lacerated spleen, a broken jaw, concussions, sprained joints... those were not enough to keep Jason Witten off of the football field. Witten's toughness may be best defined by one play in Philadelphia.
Witten's No-Helmet Run Is "Iconic"Dallas Cowboys executive vice president and chief brand officer Charlotte Jones Anderson explains why the hit where Jason Witten had his helmet knocked off is one of the most "iconic" moments in NFL history.
Team Grades: Dallas Cowboys Lose Final Game Of 2015 NFL Season To RedskinsThe Dallas Cowboys entered the final week of the 2015 NFL season with a tough task. They can win and try to look good as the disappointing season rolls to a close, or they could lose and end up with a top-five pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. They lost, which is probably for the best, to their division rival Washington Redskins. Here are the Cowboys team grades.
Moment 38: Jason Witten's MilestonesThe milestone moments have been piling up for Jason Witten. The end of 2015 saw the Dallas Cowboys star reach elite status by hitting several marks in franchise and NFL history.
Spagnola Calls Witten's Career "Amazing"Dallas Cowboys feature writer Mickey Spagnola looks back at the "amazing" career of tight end Jason Witten, who has reached several milestone moments within the last two months of 2015.
Dallas Cowboys Remain In Playoff Race In NFC EastWhile all eyes are on the Cowboys' final four opponents, there are a lot of news stories including Jason Witten's record-setting game, Dez Bryant's dissatisfaction with the pass catching rules, and questions surrounding the end of the win over the Redskins.
Witten Becomes 2nd NFL TE With 1,000 CatchesJason Witten of the Cowboys has become the second tight end in NFL history with 1,000 catches, joining Tony Gonzalez. Witten's second catch for Dallas on Monday night against the Redskins allowed him to reach the milestone.

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