Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters says he's 100 percent healthy
Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 3, 2013
Peters said he’s pretty much been close to 100 percent since December. If true, 2 percent less of pre-injury Peters would be better than most NFL offensive lineman at 100 percent. Eagles left tackle Jason Peters talked to reporters Tuesday for the first time since tearing his Achilles last spring, and said he could have returned last year if not for the team’s miserable season. Despite rupturing his right Achilles tendon twice within a month last spring, Jason Peters said on Tuesday that he could have played late last season and that he anticipated playing near his all-pro form from 2011 for the Eagles this coming season. And Peters not only ruptured it once while working out in Texas but a second time several weeks later, when he fell off a Roll-a-Bout medical scooter. The left tackle met with reporters not long after he went through new Eagles coach Chip Kelly's first workout of the offseason. Whether he's lining up on the line or at outside linebacker, Brandon Graham's game is going to be all about rushing the passer Re-signing DeAngelo Hall didn't end the Redskins' interest in veteran free-agent cornerback Antoine Winfield, according to Mike Jones , though it could get tricky for them to fit him under the salary cap.