Jason Peters out of practice again Thursday

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The Cowboys started Jason Peters at left tackle in Tampa last week, but it looks like they’re going to need a different approach against the 49ers this weekend.

Peters left the win over the Bucs with a hip injury and head coach Mike McCarthy said that he is going to be out of practice on Thursday. Peters was also out on Wednesday, so it would seem to be a long shot that he’ll be getting the green light on Sunday.

After Peters was hurt, the Cowboys moved Tyler Smith from left guard to left tackle and installed Connor McGovern at left guard. That was a common alignment for the Cowboys over the course of the regular season, so it won’t be a major adjustment up front.

Peters is the only Cowboy who sat out practice on Wednesday and the team’s full injury report for Thursday’s practice will be out later in the day.

4 responses to “Jason Peters out of practice again Thursday

  1. Shocker!! The past 6 years of his career he plays maybe 20% of a game before he’s hurt again. Just retire already, you have nothing left to prove as a first ballot Hall of Famer

  2. cowboys brought him in to help them win a playoff game; which he did. a lot better than the majority of jerry’s way more costly personnel moves.

    with jp you know what you are gonna get. just don’t know for how long. man is a gamer and a legend. he was revered in the eagles locker room, and if he wants to make a couple million more for his family, jerry can afford it.

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