Jason Gallery Media Domain Updates Twitter Tumblr
Jason Presents At The ACM Awards

On Sunday April 19th Jason Witten presented an award alongside Hunter Hayes at the ACM Awards.
You can check out some pictures on my Tumblr from which i got from Getty Images & Twitter.
Picture credit GettyImages

Jason Witten Speaks About Domestic Violence

Source: Here

Roster Rundown: In 12th Season, Witten Played Part In A Larger Whole

Editor’s Note: Throughout the off-season, DallasCowboys.com staff writers will take a closer look at the roster, analyzing players’ impact last season and how each fits into the team’s 2015 plans. Today’s Roster Rundown entry features tight end Jason Witten.

Name: Jason Witten
Position: Tight End
Height/Weight: 6-6/263
Experience: 12 seasons
College: Tennessee

Key stat: Technically speaking, 2014 was a down year by Jason Witten’s lofty standards. Despite that, this past year he passed Shannon Sharpe to become No. 2 all-time among tight ends in receiving yards. If he maintains his yearly receiving average of 875 yards, he could conceivably climb as high as the top 15 in all-time receiving yardage.

Contract Status: Signed through 2017

2014 Impact: Still one of the most respected players on this squad, Witten is looked up to by all as one of the faces of this franchise. You would be hard pressed to find a player in the history of the club that has been as clutch as he has been during his career. He might not be the player he once was as a down field threat, like he was earlier in his career, but has found other ways to contribute to the success of the offense. When DeMarco Murray had success running the ball, it was generally behind the work of Jason Witten. You would be hard pressed to find a tight end in the league that is better than Witten when it comes to capturing the edge. He’s crafty in the way he positions himself and the way he uses his leverage and strength to sustain the block. He shows the ability to adjust on the move and the sense to hold the block until he knows the ball is past him. Had a slow start to the season as a receiver but in true Witten fashion, he was there when the chips were on the table. Doesn’t have the
speed and quickness he once had but still knows how to work himself open and avoid coverage. Still one of the best in the league when having to make the contested catch. Still shows the ability to make those catches to grab first downs. Is not going to drop a ball if he can get his hands on it. Knows how to play in the red zone to find space. Has a special knack of making plays in this area.

Where He Fits: Father Time has yet to lose a game and Jason Witten is doing his very best to keep him at arm’s length. His commitment and attention to detail have allowed him to continue to play at a high level, even in these final years of a Hall of Fame career. The desire and passion are still there — even though his down field skills might be down a touch. Still finds ways to get open and catch the ball. Has developed new ways to help the team with his blocking, which I felt was the best I had seen in his career. Expect that he will still be a major contributor to the success of the offense in 2015.

Writers’ Analysis:

David Helman: It’d be easy – and lazy – to look at Witten’s stats and say he had a down year by his Hall of Fame standards. His 64 catches for 703 yards were his lowest totals in both categories since his rookie season, way back in 2003. That’s more of a testament to how the Cowboys played football in 2014 than any perceived drop by Witten. Dallas was a run-first team, and Witten was a pivotal part of DeMarco Murray’s NFL rushing crown. The Cowboys averaged 4.6 and 4.9 yards around the left and ride end, respectively. When the Cowboys did throw, Witten was ever-present, as usual this past decade. Witten trailed only All-Pro receiver Dez Bryant in targets and receptions, and he was crucial in pivotal plays like the famous 4th-and-6 conversion during the go-ahead drive against Detroit. Witten’s role might have diminished slightly, but it seems more a result of the talent around him than a drop-off.


Cowboys’ Romo, Murray, Witten and Garrett visit with Duke team

The Cowboys made their second annual trip to Durham to hang out with the Duke basketball team.

Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, Jason Witten and coach Jason Garrett all made the trek to spend some time with Mike Krzyzewski and the Blue Devils on Wednesday. Usually this would throw Duke fans into a tizzy as the Cowboys — and most things they touched — were cursed in the postseason. But America’s Team made it back to the playoffs this season, so could they be bringing Duke good luck?

Read full article here 

Deleting stuff?

So today i got a couple of emails from servernotices@totalserversolutions.com saying that they had basically deleted my test website & i have no idea why & i really hope they dont delete my whole site. So I’m going to try & get this straightened out & make sure they don’t delete my whole site.