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Topic - Jason Witten
Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez thought he was done playing football a few weeks ago. Now, he says he's getting an ideal finish to his career with his 14th Pro Bowl.
Owner Jerry Jones has been saying emphatically for more than a month that Garrett will be back for a fourth full season. The latest declaration came after Sunday night's 24-22 loss to Philadelphia that sewed up the coach's third break-even record in three full seasons, and his 0-3 record in finales with the NFC East title on the line.
For years, Tony Romo's defenders have answered his penchant for costly late-game mistakes with a rhetorical question:
Kyle Orton and Jon Kitna sat at opposite ends of a couch in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room Wednesday, turned toward each other and started chatting.
Dallas coach Jason Garrett said the team had "not made that determination at all at this point." Garrett wouldn't reveal the results of an MRI for the 33-year-old Romo, who had back surgery to remove a cyst in April and missed offseason workouts.
Tony Romo limped so badly on one play against Washington, he barely made it to the spot where he had to hand off.
Tony Romo threw two touchdowns and led a drive that set up Dan Bailey's 35-yard field goal on the final play as the Cowboys defeated the Giants 24-21 Sunday.
Tony Romo skipped left and back to the right, spun out of a sack and threw the ball to a sliding Jason Witten, who made a drive-saving catch.
Tony Romo had a Peyton Manning comparison dropped on him by his owner in the offseason.
The Dallas Cowboys have reworked the contracts of five starters, including DeMarcus Ware, Jason Witten and Miles Austin, to save salary cap space.
Tony Romo sat alone on the Dallas bench, his stare frozen at the ground on a cold night in Washington.
The Dallas Cowboys have been here before. Well, not exactly here as in FedEx Field against the Washington Redskins in the NFC East championship game on Sunday night, but the Cowboys are well-versed in winner-take-division season finales.
The quarterback position is the most exalted in American sports. No other attracts such attention, scrutiny and adulation. It's a function of football's popularity and the nature of the game. The quarterback handles the ball on every play. His decision-making and execution directly correlate to his team's success.
Jason Witten had nearly as many drops as catches through three games this season, back when his side still hurt just about every time he moved because of a lacerated spleen.
The Dallas Cowboys couldn't trust receiver Dez Bryant to even run the right routes less than two months ago.