Ex-Cowboys Playoff Starter Joins Seahawks for 20th Season

Seattle Seahawks sign a former Dallas Cowboy. On Tuesday, September 12, ESPN's Brady Henderson reported that 41-year-old offensive tackle Jason Peters will join the Seahawks.

Henderson: “The Seahawks signed 41-year-old left tackle Jason Peters to their practice squad, the team announced Tuesday. 

Tuesday, September 12, Peters' reps announced his deal on Instagram.

Congratulations to our client Jason Peters on signing with the Seahawks! 9x Pro-Bowler Jason Peters enters his 20th season in the NFL, earning him the longest-tenured offensive lineman ever. 

One of the Cowboys' playoff starters has signed with the Seahawks for their upcoming 20th season. 

Peters was a crucial flexible reserve for an injury-plagued Cowboys offensive line despite playing his fewest offensive snaps (235) since his 2004 Buffalo Bills rookie season.

The experienced lineman played left guard, right tackle, and left tackle in 10 games. Dallas changed its starting offensive line for Week 18's playoff. 

opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to center Tyler Biadasz's injury. Peters started at left tackle in those games.

Pro Football Focus gave Peters a 64.1 offensive grade and 72.1 pass-blocking grade when blocking for Dak Prescott's blindside against the Buccaneers in the wild card playoffs. 

His 33 offensive snaps only allowed one pressure on Dak Prescott.

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