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Jason Peters

Tackle

#71

Experience: 18 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 39

Weight: 328 lbs

College: Arkansas

2021 SEASON

  • G
    6
  • GS
    6
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Recent Games

WK OPP RESULT G GS
6 Packers L 14 - 24 1 1
5 @Raiders W 20 - 9 1 1
4 Lions W 24 - 14 1 1
3 @Browns L 6 - 26 1 1
2 Bengals W 20 - 17 1 1
1 @Rams L 14 - 34 1 1

Career Stats

Offensive Line Career

SEASON TEAM G GS
2004 Buffalo Bills 5 1
2005 Buffalo Bills 16 10
2006 Buffalo Bills 16 16
2007 Buffalo Bills 15 15
2008 Buffalo Bills 13 13
2009 Philadelphia Eagles 15 15
2010 Philadelphia Eagles 13 13
2011 Philadelphia Eagles 14 14
2013 Philadelphia Eagles 16 16
2014 Philadelphia Eagles 16 16
2015 Philadelphia Eagles 14 14
2016 Philadelphia Eagles 16 16
2017 Philadelphia Eagles 7 7
2018 Philadelphia Eagles 16 16
2019 Philadelphia Eagles 13 13
2020 Philadelphia Eagles 8 8
2021 Chicago Bears 6 6
TOTAL 219 209

Biography

CAREER:

  • Has played in 213 career games with 203 starts, including six postseason starts
  • With his ninth Pro Bowl selection and seventh as an Eagle in 2016, Peters garnered the second-most Pro Bowl nods in team history behind Chuck Bednarik (eight)
  • Earned Associated Press All-Pro honors following the 2007, '08, '10, '11, '13 and '14 campaigns
  • Was named to the first team in 2011 and 2013
  • Joined Frank "Bucko" Kilroy (1953-55) as the only two offensive linemen in franchise history to earn a Pro Bowl berth in three consecutive years
  • Since Peters' first Pro Bowl selection in 2007, only Joe Thomas (10) has been selected to as many Pro Bowls as an OL
  • Has 2 career TDs: blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone (12/19/04 at Cin.) and caught J.P. Losman's first career TD pass (9/11/05 vs. Hou.)
  • In 2014, was named a second-team AP All-Pro and garnered All-NFC honors from the Pro Football Writers of America
  • Was part of an Eagles offensive line in 2013 that blocked for the NFL's leading rusher, LeSean McCoy, who finished with a franchise-best 1,607 rushing yards
  • Also helped the Eagles set a team record with 6,676 total yards and record the second-most points in franchise history (442)
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