Jason Witten raves about Dak Prescott’s improvement
Jason Witten and Dak Prescott spent two years together on the Dallas Cowboys before Witten’s short-lived retirement. It has, however, given Witten time away, and a different view of Prescott’s personal development.
On Wednesday, Witten had nothing but praise for Prescott, stating that the quarterback had improved since he last threw to Witten in 2017.
Jason Witten said today that Dak Prescott has had “a hell of a camp” this spring. When asked why, he said Dak’s accuracy and anticipation have improved dramatically from before he retired. #cowboyswire pic.twitter.com/NXcwFDg6rC
— David Helman (@HelmanDC) June 12, 2019
Witten played with Prescott during the quarterback’s impressive rookie season, in which he led Dallas to 13 wins. The tight end would be quite familiar with Witten’s development.
The feeling is mutual, as Prescott has said very similar things about Witten. If they’re both right, the Dallas offense could be an explosive unit in 2019, but training camp hasn’t even started yet and it’s still early.