Peat agreed to terms Friday on a five-year, $57.5 million contract with the Saints.
Peat now returns to New Orleans, where he was selected in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, on a five-year deal. He stands to shore up the team's starting left guard position for the foreseeable future, while also boasting the versatility to serve as a swing tackle in emergency situations.
Peat (forearm) is absent from the Saints' final injury report ahead of Sunday's Week 17 contest against the Panthers, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Peat broke his forearm Nov. 11 and was subsequently given a six-week timetable to return. Thus, his expected return Sunday is right on track, which should give him an opportunity to shake off some rust before the playoffs commence.
Peat (forearm) is inactive Sunday against the TItans, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Peat's absence will extend to six games, and with fellow starter Larry Warford (knee) out as well, the New Orleans offensive line will be operating well below full strength. Peat did log limited practice sessions each day this week, so a return for Week 17 or the playoffs seems plausible, if not likely.
Peat (forearm) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Tennessee, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.
Peat put in limited practices all week as he attempts to beat his original six-week timeline. His return would be a boon to the Saints offense with Larry Warford (knee) already ruled out.
Peat broke his forearm in Sunday's loss to the Falcons and is expected to be out six weeks following surgery, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
If the proposed timeline holds true, Peat could return to the Saints' lineup for the final week of the regular season. While he recovers, expect Patrick Omameh to fill in at left guard.
Peat was forced out of Sunday's game against the Falcons with an arm injury, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Patrick Omameh is expected to fill in at left guard while Peat is on the sidelines. If Peat is unable to return, he'll aim to get healthy for Week 11's matchup against the Buccaneers.
Peat (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation heading into Sunday's matchup with Seattle, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Peat was limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he managed to get in a full participation in Friday's session. Now healthy, the 25-year-old will resume his starting position at left guard.
Peat (ankle) was limited Wednesday, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.
Peat exited Sunday's game against the Saints with an ankle injury and remained limited in Wednesday's practice. He should be considered questionable for the Saints' Week 3 matchup with the Seahawks. If he's unable to go, either Will Clapp or Patrick Omameh will take his place on the offensive line.
Peat (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Rams, Luke Johnson of USA Today reports.
Will Clapp will fill in at left guard for the time being.
Peat (hand) was a full participant in practice Thursday.
The veteran lineman played through Sunday's divisional-round win over the Eagles with a broken hand and is on pace to do the same in the NFC Championship Game. It will be something to keep an eye on throughout the contest.
Peat is playing through a broken hand he underwent surgery for during the Saints' first-round bye, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Peat reportedly broke his hand during New Orleans' final regular-season game. He then underwent surgery during the team's first-round bye and played against the Eagles this past weekend in significant pain. This news explains a lot after Peat was penalized four times against Philadelphia.
Peat (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Peat's participation in Wednesday's practice is a good sign, but it remains to be seen whether the starting left guard has cleared the league's concussion protocol. As long as Peat is able to clear the concussion protocol, expect him to suit up against the Vikings on Sunday. With Josh LeRibeus (ankle) having been placed on injured reserve, Cameron Tom would slot into the starting lineup if Peat were to miss any more time.
Peat (head) will not play Sunday against the Ravens, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Peat was able to practice in a limited fashion Wednesday but didn't practice Thursday and Friday. In his absence, Josh LeRibeus will likely fill in.
Peat is listed without an injury designation heading into Sunday's game against the Giants, Joel Erickson of The Advocate reports.
Peat sat out last Sunday's win over the Falcons due to a nagging ankle issue, but now appears unhindered by the injury. All signs point towards the starting left guard suiting up in Week 4.
Peat (ankle) was held out of Sunday's game against Atlanta, Will McFadden of the Falcons' official site reports.
Peat had been questionable for Sunday's game after playing through his ankle injury in Week 2. His status for Week 4 is unclear and he should be considered questionable for the time being.
Peat (ankle) is listed as active Week 2 against the Browns, Larry Holder of The Athletic reports.
Peat did not suit up Week 1, but appears in line to return to his role as the starting left guard against the Browns.
Peat (ankle) was a full participant in Friday's practice.
Peat did not suit up for the Saints season opener due to a leg injury, but he appears to have fully returned to health. It seems likely that Peat will suit up as the team's starting left guard against the Browns on Sunday.
Peat (quadriceps) is questionable for Sunday's regular-season opener against the Buccaneers, Josh Katzenstein of NOLA.com reports.
Peat still appears to be day-to-day with his injured quad, a designation that may carry forth until Sunday. If Peat ends up sitting out Sunday, Josh LeRibeus is in line to get the start for the Saints at left guard.
Head coach Sean Payton said Thursday that Peat (quadriceps) is considered day-to-day, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
There does not appear to be much concern regarding Peat's health, but the lineman will still likely end up being a game-time decision for the Saints in their season opener.
Peat logged 13 offensive snaps during Friday's preseason game against the Cardinals.
As expected, Peat drew the start at guard and looked healthy doing it, which is significant since the offensive lineman is bouncing back from a fractured fibula he sustained this past January.