The Dallas Cowboys are looking at all of their options at left tackle because Tyron Smith will be sidelined for an extended length of time due to injury. 

It turns out that signing Jason Peters is one of those choices. 

The Cowboys will meet with Peters this week, according to Todd Archer of ESPN. 

For the Chicago Bears last season, Peters, 40, started 15 games. From 2009 until 2020, he played with the Philadelphia Eagles and had an amazing career. 

The news seems to have satisfied Cowboys supporters. 

A supporter wrote that "He was always there as a decent alternative, and didn't want to go camping anyhow." 

So, while Cowboys Nation set their collective hair on fire, the team wisely utilized that time to give the young cats reps. 

One of his generation's top offensive tackles is Peters.  

He has been selected to the Pro Bowl nine times total since his entry into the league in 2004. 

Although it is undeniable that Peters' prime is passed, the Cowboys wouldn't be taking a big chance by signing him. 

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