Peters (knee) is considered "week to week" heading into Sunday's road game in Dallas, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
During Wednesday's media availability, head coach Doug Pederson called Peters' knee injury "a little more extensive." The fact he was unable to get back into Sunday's game in Minnesota does not bode well for the offensive lineman's status ahead of Week 7. A critical divisional game versus the Cowboys is on tap, and the Eagles look like they will be without their starting left tackle, putting added pressure on Carson Wentz to produce some magic against Dallas after the Eagles' QB was held in check by the Vikings in Week 6.
Peters (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Vikings.
It's unclear how Peters suffered the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to miss time. As long as he's sidelined, it's likely the rookie out of Washington State, Andre Dillard, will see action at left tackle.
Peters (illness) returned to Sunday's game against the Lions, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Peters fell ill during the game but, as evidenced by this news, shook off the ailment. Now that he's back, expect the veteran to slide back into his usual starting role at left tackle.
Peters (illness) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Lions.
Peters was active at game time but he fell ill at some point during the contest. He was initially replaced by Andre Dillard, but Dillard injured his knee, so Matt Pryor will bump over from guard.
Peters started at left tackle in Thursday's preseason loss to Baltimore.
Peters saw 18 snaps in the contest, and his appearance on the field tells us that he's clear of the back injury that's been ailing him. The 37-year-old veteran agreed to restructure his deal in March and looks to continue his starting role at left tackle in Philly.
Peters (back) agreed to restructure his contract with the Eagles on Monday to lower his 2019 cap hit, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Peters originally carried a cap hit of around $13 million for the 2019 season and now will have a maximum cap hit of $10 million, including $5.5 million in guarantees. Under the new one-year deal, the mainstay left tackle will return for his 11th straight season in Philadelphia. The 37-year-old started all 16 regular-season games and both the Eagles' playoff contests in 2018, coming off a torn ACL and MCL that ended his 2017 season.
Peters exited Sunday's divisional-round loss to the Saints with a back injury, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Peters left the game during the second half and was unable to return, despite being listed as questionable. The veteran left tackle will now have the offseason to get healthy, as he was also recently dealing with a quadriceps injury.
Peters (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's wild-card game at Chicago.
Peters was a limited practice participant all week to earn the questionable designation. The 35-year-old will grab the start at left tackle for the Eagles, per usual.
Peters (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Redskins.
Peters suffered the quad injury and was a limited practice participant Thursday and Friday. The 36-year-old should take his usual post protecting Nick Foles' blind side Sunday.
Peters is considered day-to-day after injuring his quad Sunday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Peters has played through a bevy of injuries this season, including a strained quad early in the season. Given the injuries he's toughed out, it won't be a surprise if he plays through his current quad issue, considering the Eagles need a win to have a chance at the playoffs. If Peters is ultimately held out, look for Halapoulivaati Vaitai to start at left tackle against the Redskins in Week 17.
Peters is questionable to return to Sunday's game with a quad injury.
Peters has entertained his fair share of injuries over the course of his career, but the severity of this one remains to be seen. Halapoulivaati Vaitai is listed as the reserve left tackle on the Eagles' depth chart.
Peters (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation going into Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Despite being considered day-to-day by coach Doug Pederson and not practicing all week, it seems Peters is healthy enough to play Sunday. The veteran offensive lineman has dealt with more than his fair share of injuries this season, but he has yet to miss a game.
Though Peters' leg was rolled on during Monday night's game against the Redskins, coach Doug Pederson said Peters is considered day-to-day, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Though Peters has dealt with his share of injuries this season, he's still managed to start every game and it looks like that streak could continue Sunday against the Cowboys. His involvement in practice this week should tell us more about his status.
Peters (head) will return to Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Peters needed to be evaluated, but it appears he'll come out of halftime healthy. With Lane Johnson (knee) already injured, Peters' health is crucial for protecting Carson Wentz.
Peters left Sunday morning's game against the Jaguars with a head injury and is questionable to return, NFL Network's Peter Schrager reports.
The Eagles were already down Lane Johnson before Peters got hurt. As a result, they have been having a difficult time protecting Carson Wentz against the Jaguars' pass rush.
Peters (biceps) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Peters is expected to play through torn biceps sustained during Thursday's win over the Giants and appears on track to suit up during Philadelphia's game against the Panthers in Week 7. Expect an official confirmation on the veteran offensive tackle's availability prior to Sunday's game.
Coach Doug Pederson said that Peters (biceps) is, "ready to go," Graham Foley of the Eagles' official site reports.
"He definitely can play so there's no concern about injuring him any further," Pederson said. Peters sustained torn biceps during Thursday's win over the Giants but is expected to play through the injury. The veteran offensive tackle was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Peters underwent an MRI, which confirmed he sustained a torn biceps but isn't expected to face an extended absence, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Peters suffered the injury in Thursday's win over the Giants in the third quarter and did not return. Rapoport indicates the veteran offensive tackle could miss a game or two, but is otherwise expected to play through the injury.
Peters is believed to have sustained a torn biceps in Thursday's win over the Giants, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Peters exited the game early in the third quarter and did not return with the game well in hand. The veteran left tackle is undergoing an MRI to determine the specifics of the injury, though Rapoport indicates he could continue to play through the injury, even if it is confirmed as a torn biceps.
Peters has been ruled out for the rest of Thursday's game against the Giants with a biceps injury.
Peters exited the game early in the third quarter. Given that Thursday's contest was essentially over by the third quarter, the Eagles may be holding the veteran out as a precaution. Halapoulivaati Vaitai should take over for Peters at left tackle.
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