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Bleeding Green Nation Jan 20, 2015

Jason Peters opts out of 2015 Pro Bowl

The Eagles offensive lineman won't be headed to Arizona. A third Philadelphia Eagles player has opted out of the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl: left tackle Jason Peters. He has been replaced by Texans OT Duane Brown. The veteran offensive lineman joins running back LeSean McCoy (non-threatening injury) and Jeremy Maclin (personal reasons) as players who were selected but have opted not to play in the game. This shouldn't come as a surprise. Peters opted out of last year's game as well. The soon-to-be 33-year-old veteran is playing it safe. But even with Peters, McCoy, and Maclin out, the Eagles...
Bleeding Green Nation Jan 6, 2015

Lane Johnson, Jason Peters named to 2014 PFF All-Pro Team

The Eagles offensive tackles are getting some recognition. Pro Football Focus released their 2014 PFF All-Pro Team and a few Eagles players made the list. Unlike the Associated Press All-Pro team, where five Eagles players made the second team, a couple players were named to PFF's first team. On offense, both of the Eagles starting offensive tackles were honored: Jason Peters and Lane Johnson. The competition at this position is stiff so this is pretty noteworthy. "It hurts to leave one out after Peters as Whitworth and Joe Thomas all had remarkable years. In the end, Thomas slowed...
Express-Times Jan 2, 2015
2014 AP NFL All-Pro: Jason Peters, Fletcher Cox make 2nd team, but no Eagles make 1st team

2014 AP NFL All-Pro: Jason Peters, Fletcher Cox make 2nd team, but no Eagles make 1st team

Last season, the Eagles had three players make the first team — running bak LeSean McCoy, offensive guard Evan Mathis and Peters.
Bleeding Green Nation Jan 2, 2015

Eagles' Fletcher Cox among players named second team 2014 AP All-Pro

Well deserved. The 2014 NFL All-Pro Teams as voted by the Associated Press have been revealed. Unlike last year when LeSean McCoy, Evan Mathis, and Jason Peters made the cut, there are no Philadelphia Eagles players to earn first-team honors. Instead, there are four Eagles to have been named to the second-team. These players receiving votes include: offensive tackle Jason Peters (12), kick returner Darren Sproles (15)*, outside linebacker Connor Barwin (11) and defensive end Fletcher Cox (5). Other Eagles players receiving votes include: offensive guard Evan Mathis (2), center Jason...
Express-Times Dec 31, 2014
Jason Peters, Cary Williams among Eagles who were flagged the most this season

Jason Peters, Cary Williams among Eagles who were flagged the most this season

The Eagles were flagged 135 times this season, the most penalties they have accrued in a season since 2010.

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