Jason Witten ends retirement, will return to Cowboys in 2019

Jason Witten has decided he isn’t done playing just yet.

Although he retired from the NFL last May, the future Hall of Famer is coming back to the Cowboys for what will be his 16th pro season. Witten played 15 years for the Cowboys from 2003-17, which included 11 Pro Bowls, the most in team history by any offensive player.

Fantasy Impact: 

Blake Jarwin had a couple of solid games (7-56, 4-45) late in the year before exploding for a 7-119-3 line against the Giants in Week 17. He didn't do much in the playoffs (5-32 combined in two games). Geoff Swaim was actually playing ahead of Jarwin prior to a season-ending wrist injury. Swaim caught 26 passes for 242 yards and a touchdown in nine games. Witten figures to return as the starter, though it's no sure thing. He was the No. 9 tight end (PPR) in 2017.

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