Jason Witten Says ‘Women Are The Biggest Support System’ In the NFL
The Dallas Cowboy dishes on the importance of ladies’ support.
After their Super Bowl loss on Sunday, there are surely plenty of teary eyed Pittsburgh Steelers. And whose shoulder are they crying on? According to Dallas Cowboy Jason Witten, it is likely the women in their lives who are comforting them.
Jason tells BettyConfidential that a common misconception about NFL players is that they “don’t have feelings,” but Jason corrects that rumor by explaining that when it comes to support, “women with the players are critical in that role.” Jason, who is a father to two sons with wife Michelle emphasizes that the woman in a player’s life is really “his biggest support system.”
Jason and Michelle are busy with their two boys, but still find time to give back, most recently with Jason’s involvement with the “NFL Play 60 Comunity Blitz” in which Pro Bowl players, coaches and community volunteers worked to
improve neighborhoods on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu in celebration of the Pro Bowl, presented by Procter & Gamble.
Whatever the results of the game, looks like Jason always goes home a winner as a voluteer with a supportive family!
Libby Keatinge is a senior editor at BettyConfidential.