After a 15-year career, Dallas Cowboys historic tight end Jason Witten looks to retire in the 2018 season of the National Football League (NFL).
Witten joined the League in 2003 as a third-round Draft pick for Dallas, and has since accumulated a total of 239 games (229 as a starter), 1,152 catches for 12,448 air yards and 68 touchdowns.
The 35-year-old is the player with the most receptions, the most yards received, and the most consecutive seasons with some franchise receptions.
In addition to being the fifth tight end in the history of the League with the most receptions for touchdowns and the fourth with the most receptions in history.
With information from the official website of the NFL, the native of Elizabethton, Tennessee, would leave professional football to join an analyst on a US television network.