The Raiders and tight end Jason Witten have agreed on a one-year deal that could pay out up to $4.25 million according to Todd Archer.
Witten played 16 seasons for the Cowboys, making 11 Pro Bowls. The 37-year-old retired for one season in 2018 to broadcast Monday Night Football, but returned to the Cowboys in 2019. He had 63 receptions for 529 yards and four touchdowns last season for the Cowboys. In his career, Witten has 1,215 receptions for 12,977 yards and 72 touchdowns.
The Raiders will likely use Witten in a limited fashion given his age and the fact that they have Darren Waller, who blossomed last season.
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