Once he gets to that point, maybe it’ll be time to have a conversation about his future. And I’m sure the front office will continue to try to address the position in the draft. But in the short-term, I don’t think it’s something anyone in the building is worried about.
Witten has finished in the top-10 in PPR formats the last 12 years and has averaged .44 TD per game with Tony Romo. As long as Witten's age doesn't get the best of him, he should continue to be a productive target for a healthy Romo. This season, Witten comes in ranked 15th among our TEs and could present nice value later in drafts if you want to draft more than one at the position.