Cowboys to host former Eagles left tackle Jason Peters on a visit

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The Eagles are the favorites in the NFC East, and they could match up with a future franchise Hall of Famer at some point this season.

According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, former Philadelphia left tackle Jason Peters is set to meet with the Dallas Cowboys as they look to add depth at offensive tackle with Tyron Smith out with a torn hamstring.

Smith suffered an avulsion fracture in his left knee, and he’ll be out until at least December after having surgery.

Peters, who turned 40 in January, has been staying in shape and made it clear that he wanted to play for a club with an “upcoming offensive line” or is a playoff-caliber team.

A nine-time Pro Bowler, Peters started 15 games for the Chicago Bears in 2021 and finished last season as the top-ranked offensive tackle by PFF grades.


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