Jason Witten: Talking time to make decision

Jason Witten: Talking time to make decision

"His expectations and his standards, you'll miss one of the guys who was one of the first ones there and one of the last ones to leave", Prescott said on NFL Network, via Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News.

"He's not made any decisions that are definite at this time, we have no announcement today, as it pertains to Jason's future other than to say that he's a wonderful, valued member of our organization and our family".

Don't start penciling in the Cowboys for a tight end in those Day 2 mock drafts just yet.

The Cowboys' all-time leader in receiving yards and receptions, who turns 36 next month, has seen a decrease in production in recent years. With AP Photos.The Dallas Cowboys have drafted a tight end with Jason Witten on the verge of retirement after 15 seasons.

His 68 career receiving touchdowns rank third in Dallas history and fifth among tight ends in National Football League history. He and Tony Gonzalez are the only tight ends with at least 1,000 catches and 10,000 yards. If he does retire, he career stats have been more than impressive.

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Swaim, a seventh-round pick out of Texas in 2015, has the most experience with nine catches for 94 yards in 28 games over three seasons.

Gates' role in the Chargers' offense declined steadily over the past three seasons. He hadn't cracked 1,000 yards receiving since 2012, and his 560 receiving yards in 2017 marked his lowest total since his rookie year.

49ers trade Brown to Pats • The San Francisco 49ers have traded right tackle Trent Brown to the New England Patriots a day after drafting Mike McGlinchey as his replacement in the first round. The Cowboys are still armed with nine remaining draft picks to choose.

The 30-year-old Maxwell was selected by the Seahawks in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft out of Clemson.

In 83 career games, Maxwell has 245 tackles (203 solo), 11 interceptions, 59 passes defensed and 11 forced fumbles. But he has proven to provide valuable depth along the defensive line, an area where Kansas City was thin heading into this offseason. Gathers hasn't played a regular-season game in two seasons, missing all of a year ago after sustaining a concussion in training camp.

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