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    OT Jason Peters Signs With the Dallas Cowboys

    It finally happened, the Cowboys managed to grab a star offensive lineman. Jason Peters will be signing with the less than one week from the start of the regular season.

    After fans noticed how the Cowboys' O-line has been struggling, the action to gain another lineman was taken on this matter.

    This is a massive step up for the Cowboys team. After so many complaints by fans, the answer is finally here. Jason was formally on the from 2009 to 2020, and last year was on the .

    Jason also was born and grew up in Texas around Bowie County. This is a great pick by the Dallas Cowboys team to recruit Jason. With this all said, will we be seeing Jason play this upcoming week against the ?

    For now, Jason is not expected to start right away. After 's , and staff said that Rookie will be taking his spot for the first week. We could see him come in for a couple of plays but for now, he must get adjusted to his new team quickly so they can start playing him in other upcoming games.

    Is this a good decision to add Jason Peters to the roaster? Absolutely! This man is a giant who has gone to nine Pro Bowls. He is in the top 20 Offensive linemen in the league and is built like a tank. After seeing how the offensive line performed in the , this is a huge win for the Cowboys.

    As we look to the future of how will Jason perform, it's tough to say. I mean, this man should have a great year with the Cowboys but people must remember his age. Jason is 40 and doesn't have much longer to play for the NFL. What that means for the Cowboys is he may not be here for 2+ years.

    However, the Cowboys don't need him for that long, for now, we need him to help us keep our O-line steady until we can get some younger stars to fill in these gaps. Even if Jason is only with us for one year that's a solid victory for the Cowboys. This signing gives the Cowboys some more time to start working on getting the O-line where they need it to be.

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    Tony Stahl
    Tony Stahl
    Hey there! My name is Tony Stahl. I have two passions, writing and football, when you put those two together you have where I am now, Inside the Star! I am 18 and live in Fort Worth and am a huge Cowboys fan. Football is my most favorite topic and I could talk your head off all day about it.

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    siempre

    Just stop.
    Peters is only signed to the practice squad and it is possible he never plays on the 53 and never physically is able to get his 40 year old self ready. Peters is a name from the past, not a current star.
    Cowboys hype lives.

    Jeff Tuggle

    Exactly. Mr Stahl, the poster, says the Cowboys added a star lineman and a top 20 offensive lineman. Clearly he is living in the past. Peters is not now a star nor one of the top 20. He can however, be a solid stopgap, with power in the run game and veteran experience. Graded fairly well last year. If he can offer “average” play at tackle it’ll be a plus. But again as you say, IF he can get in shape. And Mr Stahl expecting Peters to be one of the best in the league is a stretch. Yep, can’t live off a reputation of the past. If so, the Playmaker would be lined up out wide.

    Cowboys fan

    Peters is only signed to the practice squad until he learns the offense!! He’ll be a starter when he gets the offense down!! And he is already in football shape, like I just said, he’s just on the practice squad until he learns the offense!! And I gotta say, he mite be 40 years old, but he’s still better than any other option we have!! He still plays at a high level, he played good for Chicago last season…. He did give up some sacks, but that’s only cause he didn’t have any help!! So you mite wanna pay more attention to what’s going on before you try putting somebody down!! And just so you know, Peters isn’t the only player to play left tackle at a high level at the age of 40…. Andrew Whitworth just won a Super bowl with the Rams last season at the age of 40!! So age doesn’t mean a thing!!

    Cowboy Fan Ed

    Well Im just glad we FINALLY tried to address ONE of our needs even if it is a 40 year old , maybe we can get one more good year out of him! I’m trying to look on the bright side in that at least we’ve got an option for the blind side something is better than nothing!!

    VAM

    FO didn’t prepare well for this very likely eventuality of Tyron going down. Now we will see how this rookie, drafted as a Guard, does at a very important position, LT. Who knows what Peters has left. One thing we do know, he has a ton of experience. We will soon see.

    Mario Martinez

    must You SIEMPRE be a “Negative Ned” like Cowboys Fan mentioned age doesn’t mean a thing, especially when it comes to experience, Jason Peters loves the game, and is gonna make in impact for the rookies on the Line, He’s already giving tips to Tyler Smith, and Terrence Steele, and they’re soaking it up like a sponge, He’ll play eventually, maybe even a few snaps week 1, and those who don’t know He’s a converted Tight End, so He can even be used on trick plays, which OC Kellen Moore has been known to occasionally do, the 5/6 sacks in Chicago last year weren’t His fault except for 1, rmbr the QB was rookie Justin Fields, and He unlike Dak Prescott knows how to step up in the pocket, as soon as J. Peters gets familiar with the playbook, He’ll show You what “the old dog” can do!
    LET’S GO COWBOYS!!!!!!!!!!