Witten's Retirement Leaves Cowboys With Unproven ReplacementsGeoff Swaim is now the oldest tight end for the Cowboys at 24 years old, with just nine regular season catches and 94 yards to show for his first three years in the NFL.
Dak & Zeke Increase Cowboys Roles With Dez & Witten GoneLess than two years after their rookie seasons that transformed the Dallas offense, quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott are even more in control of the future of the Cowboys.
Time To Meet Witten The Giraffe In Person!Witten is now six-feet tall and weighs 185 pounds. The giraffe makes its public debut Thursday.
Dallas Zoo Names Baby Giraffe After Retired Cowboys Star WittenJason Witten has announced his retirement after 15 seasons with the Cowboys. In honor of his career, the Dallas Zoo said that it was naming their new baby giraffe after the football star.
Witten Earned Stellar Reputation Off The Field, Too"Jason has been instrumental in our overall success here with the kids," says Ci’Andria Jefferson, branch director of the Oak Cliff Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas.
Jason Witten Retires After 15 Years With CowboysDallas Cowboys player Jason Witten is retiring after 15 years with the team and will take a spot in the broadcast booth with ESPN's Monday Night Football.
Report: Jason Witten Is Retiring For New GigCowboys legend and all-around "good guy," Jason Witten will add sports analyst to his resume. 
Cowboys' Witten, NFL Prospects Help Kids Get Suited For SuccessWitten and draft prospects welcomed kids from the Family Place Shelter, an organization that assists those who have been affected by domestic violence.