Jason Peters Leaves Practice With Hamstring Strain

Left tackle Jason Peters exited the practice field about halfway through Wednesday’s session with what the Eagles later called a right hamstring strain. He is day-to-day.

Peters started out the 11-on-11 drills with the first team, but was replaced by Matt Tobin for the final snap of the first series. He remained on the sidelines for the rest of the drill, then walked into the NovaCare facility with one of the trainers when it was over.

“He said he was OK,” said Chip Kelly after practice.

Todd Herremans (knee) returned to practice Wednesday. Cary Williams (hamstring), Brandon Hughes (hamstring), Antonio Dixon (hamstring) and Arrelious Benn (knee) all worked off to the side. Tackle Dennis Kelly was being stretched out by trainers during practice and appeared to leave the session early.

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  • Richard Colton

    I’m hoping he left early because he was creeped out by Kapadia standing over his left shoulder with a camera for the past week

    • Pennguino

      Did he have a ladder. He’s not standing over anybody’s shoulder :) JK

  • hillbillybirdsfan

    No no no no no no no……

  • UKEagle99

    Did he eat it alone in his car?