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As the Lord of Logic has reminded us, we must keep perspective on the loss of All-Pro LT Jason Peters for the 2012 season... Our very own Brizer has cautioned us repeatedly to "expect the unexpected",  and that the real test of a winning football program in the NFL is its ability to adapt to unforeseen change...So now the Eagles are put to the test of natural selection...All-Pro left tackle Jason Peters is done for 2012 due to a torn Achilles tendon suffered in a personal workout in Texas this past Tuesday... and at age 30 it may be difficult to project his ever playing in the NFL again... Sobering news, to be sure...But the Eagles still have time to address the loss in both free agency and the upcoming draft...You can't replace Peters... but you can do your best to mitigate the damage... Peters, 6-foot-4 and 340 pounds, made the Pro Bowl for the fifth time last season. Some NFL analysts considered him to be the best offensive lineman, regardless of position, in the l...
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