As Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten prepares for his 15th NFL season, every law of nature says that he should be slowing down.

However, the former Tennessee star still has a lot left in his 35-year-old tank, as he proved on Monday night at Cowboys training camp.

Going up against third-year LB Mark Nzeocha in one-on-one drills, Witten left the defender in the dust, breaking his ankles on a beautiful head-fake:

To prove that first move wasn’t a fluke, Witten also ran a beautiful route that proved to be too much for star LB Sean Lee to handle:

While appearing in all 16 games for the Cowboys last year, Witten caught 69 passes for 673 yards and three touchdowns.

If Monday’s practice was any indication, former Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott will have a reliable tight end to throw to once again this fall.

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