Jason Peters returns to Philadelphia.
Peters, the 38-year-old offensive lineman who has spent most of the past decade as the Eagles’ left-starting striker, returns to Philadelphia, the team said.
But Peters will not return to his former post. Instead, Peters should play the right guard, replacing Brandon Brooks, who will miss the season after suffering from a torn Achilles tendon.
According to NFL Network, Peters is awarded a one-year contract with $ 3 million guaranteed and the opportunity to earn up to $ 6 million.
If Peters can do an excellent job of replacing Brooks, it would go a long way in advancing the Eagles’ offense in the right direction as they try to rehearse as NFC East champions.
Peters has played a big part in a lot of successful offenses in Philadelphia, and now he’s going to try to get things done from a new point on the offensive line.