The Cowboys signed offensive tackle Jason Peters to the team’s practice squad after meeting with the 40-year-old player last week.
Cowboys fans know Peters well, he played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2009-2020. Last year, Peters started 15 games for the Chicago Bears.
Head coach Mike McCarthy says the 9-time Pro Bowler is expected to practice Monday.
The #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 former #Eagles legend lives in Texas and now joins his hometown team.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 5, 2022
The #Cowboys are working toward a deal for former #Eagles star and future Hall of Fame tackle Jason Peters, sources say, after a successful visit this past week. Nothing is done, but there is mutual interest in getting done. Peters could land with Dallas by Monday.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 4, 2022