Cowboys owner Jerry Jones joins former player Jason Witten for birthday dinner
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is still tight with his former tight end.
The billionaire businessman — worth a reported $8.9 billion — was spotted partying with former player Jason Witten over the weekend at Miami’s Prime 112 to celebrate the retired pro’s 39th birthday.
A spy tells us the group of 20 included Jones’ daughter, Charlotte, who’s also the team’s executive vice president and chief brand officer, and his wife, Gene.
“They stayed until 2 a.m.,” said a spy at the upscale steakhouse, who noted that the table dined on caviar and wine.
The swanky spot, owned by Myles Chefetz, also created a custom cake for Witten, which was brought out with candles and sparklers.
The NFL veteran, who played 16 seasons with the Cowboys, retired in 2018, but then re-signed with the team in 2019.
He played a season for the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020, but in 2021 signed a one-day contract with the Cowboys so he could retire for good as a member of the team.
In February, Witten took a coaching job at Liberty Christian High School in a suburb of Dallas. According to reports, his four children are also enrolled at the school.
Prime 112 has long been a hotspot in Miami serving A-listers including Michelle Obama, Clive Davis, and former star couples Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez.
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