Future Hall of Famer Jason Peters will start in his 202nd career game on Monday night, his 147th as a Philadelphia Eagle. Monday night will be his first career start at right guard.
Peters was questionable for tonight's game with a toe injury, but is good to go. The Eagles moved Peters from left tackle to right guard in light of Lane Johnson's season-ending ankle injury. Matt Pryor slides over from right guard to Johnson's right tackle spot.
Jordan Mailata will start at left tackle. Isaac Seumalo will man the left guard position. Ironman Jason Kelce will start his 100th consecutive game at center. This will be the 10th different starting offensive line in 11 games for the Eagles in 2020.
Johnson is one of five inactive players for the Eagles. Here are the others:
• S Rudy Ford – The special teams ace is out with a hamstring injury.
• RB Jason Huntley – Corey Clement is back after missing last Sunday's game in Cleveland on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
• QB Nate Sudfeld – The Eagles have gone with just two quarterbacks on gameday since Week 2.
• WR Quez Watkins – The Eagles are deep at the wide receiver position, even with J.J. Arcega-Whiteside still on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
The epitome of toughness
Jason Kelce is set to start in his 100th consecutive game on Monday night. Read more about what the All-Pro center brings to the team in this week's issue.