【N.J】 Ex-Eagles Pro Bowler could suit up for Cowboys Monday vs. Giants – New Jersey News

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Jason Peters could be ready for prime time.

The former Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle might suit up for the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3 when they visit the New York Giants for Monday Night Football. Per The Athletic’s Jon Machota:

Cowboys veteran OT Jason Peters will do more this week, which means practicing in pads. Peters and WR Michael Gallup both have a chance to play next Monday night against the Giants, but it will depend on what they’re able to do in practice this week.


Peters signed with the Cowboys before Week 1, but he wasn’t active for the 19-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Peters also didn’t play in the Week 2 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

ESPN reported Peters signed with Dallas after “the Cowboys lost eight-time Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith until at least December because of a hamstring that tore off the bone and required surgery.”

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Peters, 40, spent 11 years with the Eagles from 2009 to 2020 and helped the team win Super Bowl LII. He spent the 2021 season with the Chicago Bears and started 15 games at left tackle.

Peters is second-oldest player in the NFL, with the 45-year-old Tom Brady leading the way.

In 17 NFL seasons, Peters has earned nine Pro Bowl nods and has been named an All-Pro twice, making him a likely candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Should Peters stick with the Cowboys, Philadelphia hosts Dallas on Oct. 16 and visits AT&T Stadium on Christmas Eve.


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