Witten will go down as the best tight end in Cowboys history, and he should be a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
-The Los Angeles Chargers informed tight end Antonio Gates that they will not re-sign him for the coming season, a source told Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The 35 years-old, achieved 239 appearances, with 229 starts and notching 1,152 catches for 12,448-yard s and 68 touchdowns.
There must be something in the water in Dallas as Fox's lead analyst, Troy Aikman, was also a Cowboy.
Before James Hanna retired last week due to a lingering knee injury, the Cowboys' current roster bolstered a whopping five tight ends.
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Witten, who played collegiately at Tennessee, was drafted by the Cowboys in the third round of the 2003 draft.
The Cowboys now must determine whether the tight end position becomes a priority for the second and third rounds of the National Football League draft Friday night.
The Cowboys' all-time leader in receiving yards and receptions, who turns 36 next month, has seen a decrease in production in recent years.
-The New England Patriots acquired tackle Trent Brown from the San Francisco 49ers, both teams announced.
Selected with the 11th pick of the first round in the 2006 NFL Draft out of Vanderbilt by the Denver Broncos, Cutler played three seasons for the Broncos before being traded to the Chicago Bears, for whom he played eight seasons.
Brown is entering the final year of his contract and San Francisco drafted McGlinchey ninth overall to take his role. He hasn't missed a game since his rookie season, the only game he missed in his career.
The news was surprising to the world, but Witten has stated last season that he was thinking about retiring and spending more time with his family.