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Cowboys hosting veteran offensive tackle Jason Peters on free agent visit, per report

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The Dallas Cowboys could begin rookie Tyler Smith at left sort out within the wake of Tyron Smith’s damage, however that is not stopping the membership from searching for extra depth on the place. After trimming down the roster to 53 gamers on Tuesday, Dallas is scheduled to host veteran offensive sort out Jason Peters on a free agent go to, in accordance with ESPN.

Peters spent the 2021 season in Chicago as a member of the Bears and began in all 15 of his video games performed for the franchise. Earlier than that, he performed the earlier 11 seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles the place he was named to seven Professional Bowls and was named an All-Professional 4 occasions. 

Nevertheless, the now 40-year-old is a bit away from his prime, so Dallas would hardly be getting that degree of a participant if they comply with a deal. If Peters does signal with the Cowboys — or any staff for that matter — he’d turn out to be the second-oldest participant within the NFL solely trailing Tom Brady

Once more, Tyler Smith does appear to be the person tapped to be Dallas’ left sort out to start the yr after Tyron went down with an avulsion fracture of the knee and is out until at least December. Initially, the rookie first-round choose was set to start out at left guard and develop because the potential left sort out of the longer term. Jerry Jones confirmed this week that it is “secure to say” that he’ll now be thrust to left sort out to start his profession. That stated, it is potential an addition of Peters might maintain Smith on that preliminary trajectory.

No matter how this shakes out, Dallas is about to start the season with three new starters alongside the offensive line with heart Tyler Biadasz and All-Professional proper guard Zack Martin because the lone holdovers. 

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