Though his NFL career will all but surely be remembered for his time playing left tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles, 40-year-old Jason Peters isn’t quite ready to hang up his cleats and ride off to the sunset just because Howie Roseman and company secured a new starter by the name of Jordan Mailata. No, after trying his hand at right guard in Philly and then left tackle in Chicago as a replacement for Teven Jenkins, Peters played the market once more and found himself with a new home in Arlington with fellow Arkansas graduate Jerry Jones as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
Inserted into the game at left guard between 21-year-old Tyler Smith, who was the team’s first-round pick back in April, and typical center Tyler Biadasz, Peters immediately made an impact by absolutely suplexing Austin Calitro to the ground on a run play to Tony Pollard that freed up the collegiate Memphis to pick up a 46 yarder on the ground.
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