For Witten, one major goal unfulfilled

6:18 pm | June 22, 2013

A lot has changed for Jason Witten since the last time he was in Elizabethton.

Photo by Danny DavisDallas Cowboys tight end and EHS/UT alum Jason Witten works with a group of players during Saturday’s afternoon session at his 11th annual football camp.

Photo by Danny Davis
Dallas Cowboys tight end and EHS/UT alum Jason Witten works with a group of players during Saturday’s afternoon session at his 11th annual football camp.

Already the father of two boys, Witten and wife Michelle added daughter Landry to the equation last October. On the field, he set new records at his tight end position. And, on top of everything, won the Payton and Starr awards in February.

“It’s been a great year going back to last year, the spleen injury, bouncing back when people were counting me out to catching 110 passes to having a baby, a little girl, and to go on and win those awards,” Witten said Saturday in the morning session of his annual youth football camp. “It’s been an amazing year for me.”

One thing hasn’t changed.

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