9. T Jason Peters
It appeared that the nine-time Pro Bowler’s career might be over a few years ago. But injuries to other players resulted in blocking machine Jason Peters remaining in the National Football League.
The former undrafted free agent from the University of Arkansas began his playing career with the Buffalo Bills in 2004. The massive blocker spent five seasons in Orchard Park and in his last two years with the club, he was named to the Pro Bowl.
In the spring of 2009, Peters was shipped to the Eagles for first- and fourth-round picks that year and a sixth-round selection in 2010. He spent a total of 11 years in the City of Brotherly Love – missing the 2012 campaign with a ruptured Achilles.
Hence, in the first seven seasons he took the field with the Birds, he was named to the Pro Bowl each time and earned All-Pro honors on two occasions. He earned a Super Bowl LII ring with the franchise in 2017 but the 6’4”, 329-pound veteran was unavailable for the postseason that year due to injury. And this past season, he inked a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears and played and started 15 games for the team.
Will he be back on the field this fall? Don’t rule it out.