The Dallas Cowboys have signed 40-year-old offensive lineman Jason Peters, the insider reports. NFL Network Ian Rapport.
According to Rapoport, Peters will begin his journey in Dallas on the practice squad and work his way into training. Peters met with the Cowboys on Friday to work out contract details.
Tea #Cowboys have agreed to terms with future Hall of Fame OT Jason Peters, source said. Another year for the 40-year-old who figures to help Dallas at a position of need. The form #Eagles legend lives in Texas and now joins his hometown team.
—Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 5, 2022
In the NFL since 2004, the Texas native joins his childhood team after playing 15 games with the Chicago Bears last season.
During his career, he appeared twice in the Pro Bowl and he made his mark with the Philadelphia Eagles for 10 seasons. He began his career in the Buffalo Bills uniform.
Peters could help an offensive line badly affected by the injury of Tyron Smith, who won’t be back until December at best.