Less than a week before the start of the 2022 regular season, Peters and the Cowboys reached an agreement on a deal, according to NFL Network Insider on Monday. Peters will initially join Dallas’ practice squad as he advances through the lineup, according to the press.
The veteran player, 40, visited with the Cowboys on Friday, which made it possible for Dallas to sign him. It was a necessary acquisition made in response to left tackle Tyron Smith suffering a catastrophic injury that will probably keep him out until December, if not longer.
The two-time first-team All-signing Pro’s with the Patriots marks the conclusion of a protracted search for Peters, who was willing to stay to himself while competitive NFL clubs finalized their lineups. Due to an unpleasant event, he discovered a chance, but there is still a chance to play in 2022. But he might not start playing straight immediately.