After Tyron Smith’s injury, the Dallas Cowboys are seeking outside help for offensive tackle.
According to ESPN’s Todd Archer (ESPN), Jason Peters, the future Hall of Famer, will be in Dallas over the next few days. After playing 12 seasons in Philadelphia with the Eagles, Peters, now 40, played 15 games for the Chicago Bears last season.
Peters started his NFL career with Buffalo Bills in 2004.
Veteran offensive tackle Jason Peters is scheduled to visit with the Cowboys, according to sources. Peters, 40, started 15 games last year with the Chicago Bears.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 31, 2022
Peters was a Pro Bowler for nine consecutive years, from 2007 to 2016. This does not include the 2012 season that he missed due to a ruptured Achilles.
The University of Arkansas product was a two-time first-team All Pro selection and was second on four occasions.
Peters was a part of 228 and 218 games in his distinguished career.