Jason Witten

TE / Las Vegas Raiders / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 6

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Joins Raiders

    Jason Witten will sign a one-year deal with the Raiders, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Per Todd Archer of ESPN.com, Witten can earn up to $4.75 million this coming season. The 37-year-old caught 63 passes for 529 yards and four TDs for Dallas in 2019 and will now join a Raiders' tight end corps still headed by Darren Waller (90 catches last season).

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Likely leaving Dallas

    Jason Witten isn't expected to re-sign with the Dallas Cowboys, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.Meanwhile, fellow tight end Blake Jarwin is getting a second-round restricted free agent tender. Witten wants to continue his football career in 2020, but he acknowledged in February that doing so may require leaving Dallas, the only NFL home he's ever known. He'll turn 38 in May, following a 2019 campaign in which he started all 16 games and caught 63 of 83 targets for 529 yards and four touchdowns.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Could leave Dallas

    Jason Witten wants to play football in 2020 and is open to signing with a new team, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.Witten came out of retirement in 2019 to play a 16th season for the Dallas Cowboys. He hopes to re-sign in Dallas this offseason but acknowledged that he may need to go elsewhere to continue his NFL career. The tight end will turn 38 in May, coming off a 2019 campaign with 63 catches for 529 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games. Witten hasn't produced a gain of more than 36 yards since 2011, but he remains competent as a blocker and short-pass catcher.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Future uncertain in Dallas

    Jason Witten completed the 2019 season with 63 catches on 83 targets for 529 yards and four touchdowns.After a year spent in the broadcast booth, Witten returned to the Dallas Cowboys and posted nearly identical numbers to 2017 while providing Dak Prescott with a reliable option for short gains and moving the sticks. The 37-year-old tight end has little upside at this stage of his career, and it's not yet clear whether he even wants to return in 2020 after having again come up short in his quest for a Super Bowl ring. The Cowboys may also have second thoughts about another reunion -- at least with Witten in a starting role -- as Blake Jarwin looks capable of handling No. 1 duties.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Hauls in two passes

    Jason Witten caught two of three targets for 14 yards in Sunday's loss to the Eagles.Witten had at least four catches in each of the previous three contests, but he was only a minor factor in Dallas' Week 16 offense. The veteran tight end has 59 catches for 505 yards and four touchdowns in 15 games.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Scores fourth TD of season

    Jason Witten caught four of five targets for 36 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 44-21 win over the Rams.The future Hall of Famer opened the scoring late in the first quarter with a 19-yard grab, but he wasn't much of a factor after that as the Dallas Cowboys leaned heavily on their running game. Witten now has four TDs on the year, including two in the last three games, but he hasn't topped 42 receiving yards since Week 9. He'll remain a low-ceiling fantasy option in Week 16 against the Eagles.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Finds end zone in loss

    Jason Witten caught six of eight targets for 42 yards and a touchdown, adding a two-point conversion, in Thursday's 26-15 loss to the Bills.Things were looking bright for the Dallas Cowboys after Witten hauled in an eight-yard TD from Dak Prescott on the team's first possession, but the Bills defense tightened up after that and didn't allow another point until the game was well in hand in the fourth quarter. Witten is essentially a TD-dependent fantasy play at this point -- he has yet to top 60 receiving yards in a game this year -- but he continues to see solid target volume as a reliable check-down option and chain-mover for Prescott.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Rough game against Pats

    Jason Witten caught one of four targets for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.While the weather and the opponent were both factors, this was still Witten's worst performance of the season in terms of catches and yards. Blake Jarwin has looked consistently more dangerous as a receiver all year, but as yet the Dallas Cowboys don't seem inclined to put the 37-year-old Witten in mothballs.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Five catches in win

    Jason Witten caught five of seven targets for 33 yards in Sunday's win over the Lions.The veteran tight end has caught multiple passes in every game this season, giving him a decent floor in deep PPR formats, but Witten's field-stretching days are well behind him at 37 years old. Unless he's able to get into the end zone, something he hasn't done since Week 2, he's best left on the waiver wire in most fantasy leagues.

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    Cowboys' Jason Witten: Quiet in loss to Vikings

    Jason Witten caught two of five targets for 17 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.While Dak Prescott has a huge game, throwing for nearly 400 yards, little of that action went to the Dallas Cowboys' tight ends. Witten hasn't scored a TD since Week 2 and hasn't reached 60 receiving yards in a game all year, making him nothing more than a desperation bye-week fantasy option.