Eagles optimistic about Peters' biceps injury
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By Tim McManusESPN Staff Writer

PHILADELPHIA -- Eagles coach Doug Pederson struck an optimistic tone when discussing the biceps injury to standout left tackle Jason Peters, while cautioning that all of the test results are not yet in.

"Early indication, I don't want to speculate too much, is positive," he said. "Kind of a day-to-day [situation] and I've just got to wait and make sure that all of the information is accurate."

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Peters left the game early in the second half against the New York Giants Thursday after extending his arms to try and block a defender who was shooting the gap. The NFL Network reported that he tore his bicep, but that it's an injury he should be able to play...



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