The pair never made it to the Super Bowl.
Witten had a 15-year career with the Cowboys and hangs up his cleats having broke the record for most consecutive games played by a tight end. I relied on grit.
Of his decision to retire he said, "Better three hours too soon than a minute too late".
Witten walks away from the game as the Cowboys' all-time leader in receptions (1,152) and receiving yardage (12,448). Despite head coach Jason Garrett wanting him back, the All-Pro is taking his talents elsewhere.
The Cowboys hung that picture over the entrance to their indoor practice field long before Witten pondered retirement.
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On the other hand, increasing drilling activities among the riggers in America continued to restrict oil price increase. There's also tension between Syria and the USA , and "ongoing conflicts between Saudi Arabia and Yemen", he says.
It's hard not to notice that there seems to be an infatuation with former Cowboys.
It's a sad day for Cowboys fans, as Witten has been a mainstay with the organization since 2003 and is one of the NFL's most likable players. He didn't miss a game after suffering a lacerated spleen in the preseason in 2012. He is also second in yards among tight ends and 21st all-time among all players. He's played through myriad injuries in his career, appearing in every game since Week 6 of his rookie campaign.
In 2012 he recorded 110 receptions, the highest number in a single season for a tight end, and in 2015 he became only the second tight end in National Football League history to register 1,000 or more receptions.
In the end, you have to be transcendent to be enshrined on the first ballot. He retires on the heels of a 2017 season in which he nabbed 63 passes for 560 yards and five scores.
It has been a time of change in Dallas.
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The company also teased that a redesign for the Messenger app is on the way and it will include a dark mode. The lightweight device is launching with over 1,000 apps, games and experiences, it said.
Witten will still be visible in retirement as he will enter broadcasting and has accepted a position to join ESPN's Monday Night Football as an analyst.
Former teammate Dez Bryant congratulated the tight end with an Instagram post.
"I can only count and get part way up a hand of the men who loved football and the approach that you just heard Jason articulate", Jones said.
"For 15 years, I tried to represent [Cowboys fans] the right way", he said. "He knows we're a much better football team with him than without him".
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It could try to counter Washington's measures by making it illegal for European Union businesses to comply with US sanctions. The Israeli Minister, who addressed in English, also said Israel has 100,000 "secret files that prove" that Iran lied.
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