• Eagles' Peters wins $2M in suit over walker

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Jul 17, 2013
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  • Report: Peters clear of drag-racing charges

    Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters paid a $656.50 fine after drag-racing charges were reduced to driving with improper equipment, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report.
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    • Jason Peters clears up drag racing charges

      All things considered, it wasn’t a bad day at the courthouse for Eagles left tackle Jason Peters, who avoided an arraignment and stands about $1,999,343.50 to the good. In addition to settling a lawsuit over a broken walker and pocketing around $2 milli…
    • Eagles' Peters avoids court date

      Jason Peters paid a fine of $656.50 on June 21 after drag racing charges from a week earlier were reduced to driving with improper equipment, according to the Monroe, La., District Attorney's Office.
      Source: philly.com
    • Eagles left tackle Jason Peters settles injury lawsuit for $2 million

      Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters will receive nearly $2 million after agreeing to settle a lawsuit he filed against the Roll-A-Bout knee walker, the Associated Press reports. Peters, 31, tore his Achilles tendon last February. Three weeks af…

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