Veteran free agent offensive tackle Jason Peters posted a video of himself working out on Friday to show teams what he can do.
Nine-time Pro-Bowl OT Jason Peters, who turned 38 in January, has been working out to play this season and plans to play this season. He has spoken with the Eagles, but is keeping his options open: This is a video that Peters recently shot that he wants teams to see. pic.twitter.com/YnrWzZ44FD— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 8, 2020
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Peters has spoke to the Eagles, but is keeping his options open to where he will play in 2020.
This is news for the Broncos because we all know that they declined their fifth-year option on Garret Bolles and have Elijah Wilkinson competing for the left tackle job with Bolles. Peters could be brought in to be a stop-gap at the position for 2020 and find their future left tackle next offseason.
This has all been covered but the coronavirus has made getting new news and topics to talk about with the Broncos pretty difficult. So, let’s talk about the things we have already talked about. Should the Broncos consider bringing in the veteran offensive tackle?
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