Peters (thigh) is active for Sunday's game versus the Eagles. Peters avoided a setback over the weekend and is ready for Sunday's cross-conference clash. The 2015 first-round pick has been impressive this year, allowing a 71.1 passer rating when targeted. The Eagles don't have many pass-catching options, so Peters will look to shut down Travis Fulgham and Greg Ward.
Peters (thigh) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Eagles. Peters practiced fully Friday, putting him on track to play Sunday if he can avoid a setback. The 27-year-old cornerback has been solid in coverage this year, allowing a 71.1 passer rating when targeted and letting up an average of 45 receiving yards per game. If he ends up inactive, expect Jimmy Smith (knee) to start if healthy, otherwise Anthony Averett will be next up.
Peters (thigh) was a nonparticipant during Wednesday's practice. Peters missed last Wednesday's practice before suiting up in Week 5, so it appears the veteran could be starting a trend of rest leading into game action. The 27-year-old saw action in 67 defensive snaps last week, recording a fumble recovery in the win over Washington. Peters will have two more chances to resume practicing leading up to Baltimore's game against the Eagles on Sunday.
Peters (thigh) is officially active for Sunday's game against Cincinnati. It was reported earlier Sunday that Peters was expected to play despite the thigh issue, so this news isn't a surprise. Now officially suiting up, expect Peters to assume his usual starting role at cornerback, tasked with shutting down Joe Burrow and the rest of the Bengals' passing attack.
Peters (thigh) is not practicing Wednesday, Daniel Oyefusi of The Baltimore Sun reports. Peters has played at least 90 percent of defensive snaps every game this season, including Sunday's win over Washington, so his absence from practice may be due to both workload reasons and his thigh injury. He'll have two more chances to resume participating ahead of Baltimore's upcoming match against the Bengals on Sunday.