Sports Minute: No regrets for Cowboys' Witten after return from retirement
By The Associated Press
Jason Witten returned for a club-record 16th season with Dallas after a year in retirement as a broadcaster in part because the tight end thought the Cowboys could make a Super Bowl run. Witten has no regrets even though the Cowboys lost control of their playoff fate with a game remaining in a disappointing season. Witten is one touchdown catch shy of Dez Bryant’s club career record of 73. Witten wouldn’t entertain questions of whether this was his last game, although the 37-year-old did say he planned to get into coaching once he retired for good.
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