DALLAS — Jason Witten isn't done playing football.
According to ESPN, Witten, 36, is ending his retirement and will rejoin the Dallas Cowboys.
Witten was an analyst for ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcast last season.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the Cowboys offered Witten $5 million to come out of retirement.
The #Cowboys are giving their new/old TE Jason Witten roughly $5M to come out of retirement for the 2019 season, source said. Witten had considered it for some time, now makes the dramatic return.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 28, 2019
He played for the Cowboys for 15 seasons before retiring back on May 3, 2018.
When he retired, Witten led the Cowboys in receptions, receiving yards and games played.
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