Jason Witten's leadership crucial for Raiders during 2020 NFL season

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Two notable Raiders additions in the offseason, tight end Jason Witten and linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski, met with the media via a Zoom call Monday.

Here are five takeaways on what was said.

1. One major reason the Raiders brought in Witten, who became one of the NFL's top tight ends over 16 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, was for his veteran leadership. Coach Jon Gruden even asked Witten to speak to the team a few days ago about the importance of high character.

"It's vital," Witten said. "This league's too hard regardless of how talented you are, and I shared this with the guys. … The margin for error is so small in this league that's how you have to approach it. I was blown away by the skill set. You can see it. I've also seen the guys love football. They work hard. They're accountable."

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