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OffbeatESPN reports Cowboys asked Jason Witten to leave the booth and come back

20:55  09 december  2018
20:55  09 december  2018 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Jason Witten quit the Cowboys for ESPN this year. Now ESPN is reporting that the Cowboys want him to quit Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has made multiple attempts to coax Witten out of retirement, Adam Schefter I asked Jason Whitten in a letter to leave the booth and not come back .

Jason Witten quit the Cowboys for ESPN this year. Now ESPN is reporting that the Cowboys want him to quit ESPN and return to the field. So far, Witten has said no. With each passing week, it seems more and more unlikely that he would walk away from the booth and get back on the field.

ESPN reports Cowboys asked Jason Witten to leave the booth and come back © (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins) CAPTION: Former NFL player Jason Witten walks on the field before the first half of an NFL football game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tennessee Titans, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, in Arlington, Texas.

Jason Witten quit the Cowboys for ESPN this year. Now ESPN is reporting that the Cowboys want him to quit ESPN and return to the field.

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has made multiple attempts to coax Witten out of retirement, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

So far, Witten has said no. With each passing week, it seems more and more unlikely that he would walk away from the booth and get back on the field. However, if Witten looks at the Cowboys and sees a potential Super Bowl team, it’s conceivable he could still change his mind and pursue a ring.

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Jason Witten quit the Cowboys for ESPN this year. Now ESPN is reporting that the Cowboys want him to quit ESPN and return to the field. So far, Witten has said no. With each passing week, it seems more and more unlikely that he would walk away from the booth and get back on the field.

Jason Witten , who retired after the 2017 season and served as an analyst for ESPN 's Monday Night Football, is returning for a 16th season with the Cowboys , the team announced. Before joining ESPN in May, Witten went back and forth on a decision to leave the game until ultimately signing a

But that would seem pretty unlikely: Witten has spent the entire season in the booth, not on the practice field, and it seems highly likely that he’ll remain in the booth through the end of the season.

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