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Jason Peters

Jason Peters


Week 14 Outlook

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Jason Peters expected to play in Week 2

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Bears LT Jason Peters (quad) is expected to play in Week 2.

Fantasy Impact

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.

Jason Peters (toe) undergoing surgery, out for season

Eagles OL Jason Peters (toe) is undergoing surgery and will miss the rest of the season.

Fantasy Impact

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.

Jason Peters (toe) heading to injured reserve

The Eagles are placing OL Jason Peters (toe) on injured reserve.

Fantasy Impact

Peters was injured during Friday's practice and is expected to miss multiple weeks. This is yet another blow to Philadelphia's offensive line.

Jason Peters moving to LT

Eagles’ HC Doug Pederson said RG Jason Peters is moving to left tackle.

Fantasy Impact

The Eagles originally signed Peters to take over right guard once Brandon Brooks was placed on the injured reserve. LT Andre Dillard tore his bicep during camp and was also placed on the injured reserve. Peters said he require a pay increase to play left tackle, but that remains to be seen. He will shift over to LT while Matt Pryor handles RG duties.

Brad Camara1 year ago
Jason Peters wants a pay raise to move back to left tackle

Longtime Eagles left tackle Jason Peters, who was re-signed this offseason to play right guard after Brandon Brooks went down with a season-ending injury, has reportedly told the team that he wants to be "paid like a starting left tackle" if he is going to move back to the position in the wake of Andre Dillard's season-ending injury, according to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane. Matt Pryor practiced at left tackle with the first team on Saturday, and head coach Doug Pederson said that Peters, Pryor, Jordan Mailata, and rookie Jack Driscoll were all in the conversation to play left tackle.

Fantasy Impact

This explains why Pryor was the first man up on Saturday, but it's also possible that the Eagles were going to go this route anyway. Peters has been a Hall of Fame-caliber left tackle for more than a decade, so he doesn't exactly need the reps in practice. This contract situation will be something to keep an eye on, especially since the Eagles are already down two starting offensive linemen. If their offensive line struggles, it could have a negative impact on Carson Wentz, Miles Sanders, and the other weapons on Philadelphia's offense.