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CSN Philly Aug 13, 2016
A bunch of Eagles returned to practice on Saturday morning. Headlining the group were Jason Peters (quad) and Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring). Both had been out of
CSN Philly Aug 13, 2016
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CSN Philly Aug 9, 2016
Recently acquired Union midfielder, Alejandro Bedoya, joins Amy Fadool on PST for Quick Six.
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With Jason Peters out with a quad injury, head coach Doug Pederson goes against the norm.
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Express-Times Aug 8, 2016
Several key veterans missed Monday's training camp practice.
philly.com Aug 4, 2016
Two of the Eagles' best players left practice early on Thursday. Jason Peters departed with a quadriceps injury, and Malcolm Jenkins went to the locker room with a hamstring injury.
Bleeding Green Nation Aug 4, 2016
Something to keep an eye on. The Philadelphia Eagles have avoided major injuries to significant players through the first week of training camp. On Thursday, however, two key veterans left practice early: Jason Peters and Malcolm Jenkins. The 34-year-old Peters was slow to get up after going down a team drill. He slowly walked off the field before standing on the sideline for a little while. Peters eventually went back inside the team's facility and did not return to practice. Matt Tobin filled in for Peters at first team left tackle. After practice, the Eagles announced he suffered a quad...
Express-Times Aug 4, 2016
Eagles veteran left tackle departed practice almost immediately after it began Thursday.
Bleeding Green Nation Jul 30, 2016
Eagles left tackle Jason Peters made headlines earlier this week when he criticized the methods of former head coach Chip Kelly. One of the criticisms was that Kelly's system pushed him to where it was hard to stay healthy. Peters also said he's looking forward to how Doug Pederson and the current staff will manage veterans, such as himself, more cautiously. Pederson talked about his plan for resting Eagles vets following practice on Friday. "Well, I wouldn't put a time limit; I wouldn't put a day on it," he said. "It's something with veteran players that the longevity of the entire season,...
CSN Philly Jul 29, 2016
Doug Pederson talks about resting Jason Peters and veteran Eagles more this season because he knows what it is like to be a player in the NFL.
Niners Nation Jul 29, 2016
Pro Bowl LT Jason Peters unloaded on his former coach Thursday, Should we be concerned? Yesterday, the Eagles Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters had some harsh words for his former coach. The potential Hall of Famer complained that: Kelly’s off-season practices were too hard, and didn’t ease up during the season. The team “practiced on Tuesdays when Chip was here, and you felt it on Sundays." The offense was too predictable. “Any vet that stood up and had something [negative] to say, [Chip] got rid of him.” New coach Doug Pederson, an NFL backup QB, understands veteran players...
Express-Times Jul 29, 2016
Peters is happy to have Doug Pederson as his head coach.