So much for the Eagles sticking with Jason Peters as their left tackle.
The Eagles will have their 10th different line combination of the season on Monday night, as Clark reports Jordan Mailata will start at left tackle, Isaac Seumalo at left guard, Jason Kelce at center, Peters at right guard and Matt Pryor at right tackle.
The move of Peters comes after the veteran allowed three sacks, including one for a safety, on Sunday against the Browns.
Seumalo wouldn’t confirm the change.
“I don’t really know whatever the lineup situation [is],” Seumalo said, via EJ Smith of the Philadelphia Inquirer. “I’ll leave that to you guys, doing your job hunting that down. But … I have a good rapport with Jordan, not only on the field but off the field. If he’s there, I feel comfortable talking to him and communicating.”
The Eagles re-signed Peters in July with plans of playing him at right guard after Brandon Brooks tore his left Achilles in the offseason. Andre Dillard‘s season-ending biceps injury, though, changed things.
The Eagles moved the 38-year-old Peters back to left tackle. Peters’ struggles, though, have led to a move back to right guard.