— Dave Uram (@MrUram) November 7, 2018
Jason Peters has been a member of the Cowboys for about four hours now, and he’s already making exciting comments.
While addressing the local Dallas media, Peters discussed mentoring Cowboys rookie Tyler Smith as he prepares to start at left tackle instead of an injured Tyron Smith.
He once called the Cowboys arrogant. "Man, I don’t really call it arrogance. I mean they had swagger. Pretty much the same thing … I mean I like that to be honest. That’s how we did it in Philly and that’s how we’re going to do it here."
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) September 5, 2022
Peters was then asked about calling the Cowboys arrogant back in 2018, and he reworded the initial quote, suggesting Dallas has a lot of swagger.
While talking that same swagger, Peters referenced the Eagles, stating they did the same thing in Philadelphia.
An already intense rivalry just got a familiar face to help add more flames to the fire.
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