By Geoffrey Knox
In the wake of a 34-13 win, the Philadelphia Eagles got some more bad news. Jason Peters has sustained yet another injury. Is his time in Philly winding down?
It’s been said a time or two when referencing NFL football. You either retire or the game retires you. The hope among the Philadelphia Eagles‘ fan base is the latter isn’t occurring for their future Pro Football Hall of Fame left tackle Jason Peters.
On Thursday, Philly’s legend of the offensive line went down with yet another injury. This time, it appears that he’s torn his bicep. Team doctors are remaining optimistic, but as of now, it’s too early to tell what will happen.
Here’s the tweet from Ian Rapoport:
Are we seeing the end?
After seeing Peters go down with a torn ACL and MCL a season ago versus the Washington Redskins, hearts sunk in Philly’s fan base a little, but when ‘Number 71’ announced he’d return for his tenth season in Eagles green, things picked up.
He, along with guys like Carson Wentz and Darren Sproles, were supposed to return and spearhead yet another run towards a second-staright Super Bowl appearance, but so far, it hasn’t quite seemed like that’s what may...