Cowboys OL Jason Peters addresses remarks towards Eagles supporters

By Navneet Singh

Jason Peters' remarks regarding Philadelphia Eagles supporters earlier this week made headlines, and the seasoned offensive lineman wasn't happy with how they were taken.

After a lengthy tenure with the Eagles, Jason is in his debut season with Dallas.

The Cowboys Sunday night game is in Philadelphia, so Jason briefly discussed the animosity between the two clubs.

Jason called Eagles supporters "f—ing fools" who "pride themselves on being rude" toward their competitors.

Jason praised Eagles supporters for their fervour. Of course, the derogatory description he provided generated the most interesting headlines.

Jason joined the podcast "Takeoff with John Clark" to discuss his comments in order to provide clarification.

Jason has more insight into Eagles supporters than others because he lived there for 11 seasons.

Jason claimed that after spending the entire day tailgating, he had overestimated how one of his most dreaded opponents would act when they arrived in town.

During his stint with the Eagles, Jason was selected seven times to the Pro Bowl. He is among the best players in the team's history.

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