TE Witten 'invigorated' by return to Cowboys

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WACO, Texas — Not even a year after he announced his retirement from the Dallas Cowboys, tight end Jason Witten is back into the routine of being a player once again.

“I’m loving it,” Witten said before he was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame here on Saturday. “I’m invigorated by the process of going back in there. I really feel like obviously I’ve got a lot of energy coming back in there. I’m excited, and I think you just get back in there. That’s what I’ve enjoyed the most, getting with the guys, start looking at some tape and working out with Coach [Mike] Woicik and the strength staff some.

“There’s been nothing like it. I feel like a little kid when my car pulls in. I’m looking forward to the next six, seven months.”

The Cowboys hope to have Pro Bowl cornerback Byron Jones ready for training camp following hip surgery.

Yeah, it’s a year out. But it’s not too early to consider who could be up for grabs in the NFL’s loaded 2020 free-agent class, including Russell Wilson.

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