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2019 Schedule
8-8, 2nd in NFC East
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1dTodd Archer

Witten wants to play in '20, open to other teams

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said he feels like he still has "something to give" on the field in 2020 but acknowledged the possibility he "might have to go somewhere else" in the 2020 season.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Witten wants to play in 2020 but acknowledged it might have to be with a franchise other than the Cowboys. He anticipates more meetings with Mike McCarthy and Jerry Jones before free agency begins March 18. "I still feel like I have something to give," Witten said. "Of course I want it to be with the Dallas Cowboys and I'll always be a Dallas Cowboy but I also understand that with all the changes that I might have to go somewhere else."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has accepted a sponsor's exemption into the Korn Ferry Tour's Veritex Bank Championship at Texas Rangers Golf Cub in Arlington, Texas, on April 16-19. It's Romo's first exemption to a Korn Ferry event but he has had three exemptions into PGA Tour events, including last year's AT&T Byron Nelson.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive backs Xavier Woods and Jourdan Lewis will receive raises of roughly $1.5 million in 2020 through the proven-performance escalator available to draft picks in Rounds 3-7. Since both played more than 35 percent of the snaps on average in their first three seasons, their base salary will jump to the original restricted free agent tender, which will be about $2.2 million this season.

Which new coaches will have the most success this season? (1:33)
Could Brady deliver Dallas a Lombardi Trophy? (1:37)
How Dak and the Cowboys can strike a new deal (1:11)
Will Brady replace Prescott on the Cowboys? (0:57)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Lee has made a decision on his status in 2020: “I'm playing,” he told ESPN.com. While a return to the Cowboys for an 11th season is not out of the question, he is set to be a free agent in March. Lee, who turns 34 in July, played in every game last season and was credited by the coaches with 109 tackles, which was second on the team.

Are the Cowboys a threat to a Chiefs dynasty? (0:43)
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18dAdam Schefter

Sources: Dallas likely to use franchise tag on Dak

The Cowboys and Dak Prescott are headed toward a situation where Dallas will use its franchise tag on the star QB, since contract talks remain at a stalemate, according to league sources.

Stephen A. appalled by Woody's Cowboys Super Bowl take (2:18)
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Dak 'confident' a deal is coming with Cowboys

Dak Prescott is confident he and the Cowboys will be able to reach agreement on a new contract, he said in an interview with ESPN's Sage Steele.

Team Stats

Passing Yards296.92nd
Rushing Yards134.65th
Points For27.16th
Points Against20.1