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  • Seahawks' Jason Peters: Signed off practice squad

    The Seahawks signed Peters off the practice squad to their active roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Rams. The 41-year-old tackle has bounced back and forth between Seattle's practice squad and active roster, and he's set to appear in his fourth game of the year this Sunday. Peters has spent time at both guard and tackle during practices, so the veteran will likely serve as a depth piece on the Seahawks offensive line Week 11.
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  • Seahawks' Jason Peters: Set for season debut

    Peters was elevated from Seattle's practice squad Saturday. Peters signed with Seattle's practice squad following Week 1 but has yet to suit up for his new team. That will presumably change for Sunday's matchup against the Browns, as Abraham Lucas (knee) is sidelined and Phil Haynes (calf) is considered doubtful to play. Peters has spent time at both guard and tackle in practice, so he could be set for a versatile role if called upon.
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  • Jason Peters: Meeting with Seattle

    Peters is set for a visit with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Peters expressed last month that he was interested in pursuing a 20th season in the NFL, but he has remained a free agent. Now with Charles Cross (toe) banged up and Abraham Lucas (knee) still dealing with a patellar tendon injury, the 41-year-old could get his shot with Seattle. If all goes well at the visit, Peters is expected to sign with the Seahawks' practice squad, then potentially move up to the active roster. The offensive tackle operated in a very similar scenario with Dallas last season.
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  • Jason Peters: Still wants to play this season

    Peters (hip) still intends to play during the 2023 season, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Peters, still a free agent, wants to continue his career as what would be his 20th regular season approaches. The 41-year-old tackle suffered a hip injury during the Cowboys' wild-card win over the Buccaneers last year, but he is presumably now healthy and ready to sign should a team desire his services.
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