"Is Drew Brees dying next year?"
After his first retirement, Witten spent the 2018 season broadcasting for ESPN's Monday Night Football before returning to the NFL.
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"It's a more conforming broadcast and production. ...For me, it's like putting on a comfortable pair of jeans, it's what I've done for 20-plus years."
Witten told Dan Patrick he missed the rush of competition too much.
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“We have all intention of including Witt and Boog in our draft buildup because of their knowledge and insight. You’ll see them all over.”
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"I don’t want to live in the knee-jerk world of, ‘Hey social media doesn’t like him, they don’t like this or that,’ and make a change. I just want to see it play out."
Witten will remain in the MNF booth, which is the right decision if he's serious about having a broadcasting career.