Jason Peters still planning to play in 2020, has spoken with Eagles
Jason Peters has already put together a Hall of Fame resume that includes nine Pro Bowl appearances and two All-Pro first team selections, but the star offensive lineman is not ready to call it a career.
Peters, who is currently a free agent, has been training with the intention of playing in 2020. ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Friday shared some of a workout video Peters has sent to teams.
Nine-time Pro-Bowl OT Jason Peters, who turned 38 in January, has been working out to play this season and plans to play this season. He has spoken with the Eagles, but is keeping his options open: This is a video that Peters recently shot that he wants teams to see. pic.twitter.com/YnrWzZ44FD
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 8, 2020
Peters spent the last 11 seasons with the Eagles, and he has reportedly had discussions with them about returning. He sounds like he is open to playing elsewhere, however.
Obviously, age and health will be concerns for any team that is interested in Peters. He started 13 games for the Eagles last year and played through a significant injury the year before. There’s no debating that Peters is one of the best tackles to ever play, and he could provide great leadership and depth at a reasonable price if healthy.