DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – In the wake of the huge announcement about legendary former Cowboys tight end Jason Witten coming out of retirement to play for Dallas next season, a couple of his former teammates took to Twitter to consider (jokingly) a possible comeback of their own.

Former defensive end DeMarcus Ware tweeted, “So this is what we’re doing now @JasonWitten ?? Word??? 💭#CowboysNation #DallasCowboys #Cowboys #JasonWitten #Comeback”

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In his tweet, he included a video of him saying, “I want to let everyone know I’ve been inspired when I heard Jason Witten might be coming out of retirement and I started thinking to myself, maybe I need to call (Tony) Romo and get him out of the (broadcast) booth and all three of us come back.”

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And former Cowboys tight end Martellus Bennett tweeted video of himself working out and said, “Yooo @dallascowboys let’s get the full band back together. Y’all need a backup TE?”

So far, no tweets from Tony Romo on the subject.