The Philadelphia Eagles (20-1 to win the 2021 Super Bowl) officially announced the re-signing of Jason Peters on Tuesday.
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NFL insider Adam Schefter reports the a person-12 months deal is worthy of up to $6 million with $3 million confirmed. It was beforehand documented that it was “only a issue of time” right up until the Eagles introduced JP back again in the fold.
Peters is an institution on the blindside in Philadelphia, but he is being brought back to man right guard following the season-ending loss of Brandon Brooks to a torn Achilles’ tendon. He also offers a backup plan on second-year pro Andre Dillard at left tackle. Per Peters’ agent, he waited out other offers to return to Philadelphia. The fact that he was willing to sign as a guard suggests this is actually true.
Peters has been selected to nine Pro Bowls in his career, fifth-most in the NFL since the 2007 season.
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