The possibility of Jason Peters returning to the Eagles still remains, as NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports today, the team and Peters remain in communication about a return to the team.

"I'm told those sides have been in communication," Garafolo explained.  "Nothing really happening right now, there are some other teams involved right now.  No one seems to be in a great rush, Peters doesn't seem to be in a great rush.  But something could happen in the near future."

 

 

Last week ESPN's Adam Schefter posted some video of Peters "working out to play this season."

Peters made nine Pro Bowls throughout his 16-year career and was all-decade for the 2010s, but injuries have been an issue the last three season with the Eagles, including the Super Bowl season, where he missed the big game against New England.

The Eagles traded up in the 2017 NFL Draft to select left tackle Andre Dillard, who played well at left tackle in Peters absence, but struggled in one game at right tackle.

"His status is he is 38-years old," said Garafolo. "However, he has told friends recently that if Tom Brady can play in to his 40's, I can play into my 40's. I feel great."