Tight end with the Las Vegas Raiders (#82). Tight End/Dallas Cowboys #82 Current teams/Jason Witten played college football at Texas Tech University from 2000 to 2004. He won the Heisman Trophy in 2004 after his first season. The Dallas Cowboys selected Witten with the 26th pick in the 2005 NFL Draft. He signed a four-year contract worth about $20 million ($1,924,372.80 per year). In his rookie season, he recorded 42 catches for 517 yards and five touchdowns. In 2009, his second season, he had 71 receptions for 898 yards and nine touchdowns.
Witten has been named the Cowboys' all-time leader in receptions by someone other than Tony Romo or Troy Aikman (who both played more games). He currently ranks third behind Romo and Aikman. His 901 receptions are also third behind Romo (922) and Aikman (948). Witten's 71 touchdowns received are also third behind Romo (78) and Aikman (79).
In 2012, Witten broke the record of most consecutive games with a touchdown catch. He reached number one when he caught one touchdown pass in the fourth quarter of last week's game against the New York Giants.
82 Dallas Cowboys/Tight End Las Vegas Raiders/Tight End Number/Jason Witten/Stats: 1143 Rec. , 12,856 Yds. , 22 Tgts. , 54 Rec. Yards, 442 Yds. Longer, 6 Years 10 Months 270 Days.
Witten has been a starter for all but three games since he entered the league in 2004. He's also played every game but one since 2002 when he was sidelined for two games due to injury. The 11-year veteran has appeared in 152 games and has 908 receptions for 11,423 yards and 78 touchdowns. In addition, Witten has returned 26 kickoffs for 1,026 yards and six touchdowns.
Witten was drafted by the Cowboys with their first pick in the 2003 draft. He spent his first seven seasons with Dallas before being traded to the Indianapolis Colts in 2020.
He won a Super Bowl title with the Cowboys in 2009 and has made five Pro Bowls during his career. In 2014, Witten became the third player in NFL history (Mark Bavaro of the Buffalo Bills and Ozzie Newsome of the Baltimore Ravens are the others) to have 100 catches in a season. He finished that year with 102 receptions.
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Witten played college football at Texas from 1998 to 2001. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft. Witten has been named the NFL's all-time leader in receptions by a tight end with 908 catches over 14 seasons.
In addition to his work with the Cowboys, he also played for the Washington Redskins from 2012 to 2018. In June 2019, it was announced that the Raiders would be joining the NFL in 2020. The team will be playing its home games at Las Vegas Stadium (now known as T-Mobile Arena). Witten is expected to be one of the marquee names on the roster.
He will be playing for the second time against his former team, after spending last season with the Raiders. The game will be held on February 4th at 1:00 PM PST on NBC.
Tennessee Football History: In 1963, John David Crower, a former high school teacher, took over as coach of the Titans. Under his leadership, they began to compete for the national championship.
Witten, who is 38 years old, will continue to play football this season for the Las Vegas Raiders, where he has already been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Dallas Cowboys let Witten go this summer, allowing him to negotiate a one-year contract with Las Vegas last month.
Jason Witten scores his first touchdown for the Raiders! Viva Las Vegas! Tight end for the Raiders Before the break, Jason Witten makes a crucial scoring catch. Take a glimpse at Las Vegas for the first time. During Raiders practice, tight end Jason Witten wears the No. 82 jersey. He still has it!
The Las Vegas Raiders' #61 (defensive tackle) Current Teams/Gerald McCoy's current team based on where he has played during the 2019 NFL season.
During his rookie year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, McCoy started 11 of 12 games at defensive tackle. He recorded 57 tackles and 5 sacks before being sidelined for four weeks with a knee injury. After the season, McCoy was selected to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
In 2017, McCoy started 13 games for the Bucs and was named to the Pro Bowl. He finished the season with 51 tackles and 4.5 sacks.
Before joining the Bucs, McCoy spent four years at Central Florida where he made 56 appearances and registered 511 tackles along with 17 sacks. He was drafted by Tampa Bay in the first round (eighth overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.
McCoy signed a five-year, $50 million contract with $20 million guaranteed at the start of 2018. However, he missed most of the season after tearing a biceps muscle in early September. The injury required surgery to repair tendon and muscle tissue and ended his 2018 campaign prematurely.