​​Jason Witten will go down as an all-time great within the ​Dallas Cowboys organization, and the tight end-turned-NFL Commentator is already getting honored in no uncertain terms. The exact way in which it's happening is pretty strange, though.

The team built and displayed a Lego statue of Witten outside their headquarters, the Star. 

It's not the most common way to celebrate the career of a former star, but it's definitely unique. Witten has got to appreciate the gesture. 

Witten spent 15 seasons in Big D, starting every single game for the team from 2007-2017. He logged 239 career games for the team, catching 68 touchdowns and logging 1,152 receptions throughout his esteemed career.

While Witten had a historic run as an NFL tight end, ​his broadcasting career hasn't been as highly regarded. Witten joined ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcast team, but has taken criticism from many fans for various mistakes and inaccuracies.

His Lego likeness, however, is impeccable.