Jason Peters, a seasoned pro, is acquired by the Cowboys to replace Tyron Smith at left tackle.

For Tyron Smith, the Dallas Cowboys have a substitute. Jason Peters, a seasoned left tackle, was reportedly signed by the group on Monday.

The previous season, Peters, 40, played for the Chicago Bears. Prior to that, he had a successful career 

with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he spent 11 years and was named to two All-Pro teams.

Peters is unlikely to start the season with the Cowboys' primary roster given his tardy signing. 

He will begin the season on the practice squad, but once he is prepared, he will be promoted to the 53-man roster.

After Smith suffered a hamstring injury, Peters could see a considerable amount of playing time once he is activated.

Tyler Smith, a rookie, is anticipated to fill in as the team's left tackle until Peters is ready. Smith was chosen by the team in the opening round of the 2022 draught.

 Smith wasn't anticipated to start for the squad immediately away, despite being taken with a high pick.

Before Tyron got hurt, Tyler was supposed to fill in as a backup.