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Week 4 Outlook
Free agent tackle Jason Peters has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys.
Peters will start the season on the practice squad, but should get up to speed quickly and slot into the left tackle spot for an injury ravaged Cowboys offensive line that will open the season with more questions than answers for an offense tasked with keeping quarterback Dak Prescott upright this season.
Per Bears insider Adam Hoge, OL Jason Peters is dealing with a high-ankle sprain but isn't expected to go on IR as stated by HC Matt Nagy.
It's not like Peters is still in his prime but the Bears were heavily relying on the veteran OL all season and now it seems like he could be out for several weeks. The good news is that Peters isn't expected to go on IR so the high-ankle injury should be on the shorter side. Expect a re-shuffling of the Bears offensive line and likely more scrambles from the versatile QB Justin Fields.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Bears LT Jason Peters (quad) is expected to play in Week 2.
Peters was limited last week with his quad but looks to be good to go on Sunday against the Bengals. Peters' availability bolsters a Bears offensive front that struggled to protect the immobile Andy Dalton in Week 1.
Eagles OL Jason Peters (toe) is undergoing surgery and will miss the rest of the season.
Peters made the move from left tackle to right guard this year, and it more or less worked out when he was healthy. Unfortunately, the toe injury has been too much to overcome. His absence will be a blow to the Eagles' offensive line.