Feb. 26 1:28 PM PT2:28 PM MT3:28 PM CT4:28 PM ET21:28 GMT5:28 AM 北京时间2:28 PM MST4:28 PM EST3:28 PM CT1:28 UAE (+1)16:28 ET20:28 - All-Pro left tackle Jason Peters has agreed to a five-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. Analysis: Peters was signed for 2014 and his new deal adds four years through 2018. The 32-year-old Peters is a six-time Pro Bowl pick and two-time All-Pro. Peters missed the entire 2012 season after twice rupturing an Achilles tendon, but returned to anchor an offensive line that helped the Eagles lead the NFL in rushing. All-Pro running back LeSean McCoy ran for a franchise-best 1,607 yards behind Peters and Co.
Aug. 21 3:04 PM PT4:04 PM MT5:04 PM CT6:04 PM ET22:04 GMT6:04 AM 北京时间3:04 PM MST5:04 PM EST5:04 PM CT2:04 UAE (+1)18:04 ET21:04 - Peters is set to return to the offensive line and play three quarters Saturday night against Jacksonville. Analysis: Peters missed all of the 2012 season after he ruptured his right Achilles. He also missed the first two preseason games because of a sore hamstring. He's rehabbed on the stationary bike, in a pool, even practiced. He just hasn't taken a snap in a live game.
July 17 6:55 AM PT7:55 AM MT8:55 AM CT9:55 AM ET13:55 GMT9:55 PM 北京时间6:55 AM MST8:55 AM EST8:55 AM CT17:55 UAE9:55 ET12:55 - Peters will get nearly $2 million in a lawsuit over a rolling walker which he says broke and caused him to reinjure his torn Achilles tendon. Analysis: The lawsuit says Peters was using a Roll-A-Bout knee walker in March 2012 when it broke below the handlebar, three weeks after his initial surgery. Lawyer Michael Trunk says Peters had to endure a second operation because of the setback. He missed the entire season. Trunk says the 31-year-old Pro Bowler is eager to move past the lawsuit and focus on football.\
It's official - Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge has decided to take his talents to the Riverfront, and will sign a 4-year deal worth $80 million. Keep it on The FAN all day for reaction and the laatest reports.
(AP) On the first day in his new NBA city, Gerald Henderson was asked Monday about his impressions of Portland. Before he was able to answer, Trail Blazers general manager Neil Olshey mentioned the city's recent naked bicycle race. More.