Veteran tackle Jason Peters, who spent years with the Cowboys’ rival Eagles, now appreciates their “swagger”


When Jason Peters was still playing for the Philadelphia Eagles four seasons ago, he referred to the Dallas Cowboys as a haughty company. The 40-year- old’s attitude has altered since Monday, when he joined Jerry Jones’ team. According to Peters, I don’t really call it arrogance, according to the team’s official website. “They had swagger, which was essentially the same thing. Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott scored, and everyone carried their feelings on their shoulders. To be honest, I enjoy that. We followed that procedure in Philadelphia, and we’ll follow it here as well.” No one can be held accountable for Peters’ hasty retreat. However, the East Texas native acknowledged that it would seem strange to don a Cowboys jersey after spending the majority of his NFL career in Philadelphia and detesting Dallas. Because of his arrangement with the practice squad, he had time to become ready before being added to the active roster.