Free agent defensive tackle Domata Peko has turned down offers from several clubs, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL.com (Twitter link), who adds Peko is focused on locating the “right fit, city, and chance to win.”
Peliserro reported in late July that Peko was interested in continuing his career and had garnered interest from multiple teams. Entering what would be his 15th NFL season, Peko wants to remain in the NFL despite the current COVID-19 climate, and it appears he’ll have the chance to do so.
Now 35 years old, Peko has 208 games of NFL experience under his belt. Largely a run-stuffer, Peko could offer a veteran presence on many defensive lines even if he’s only asked to play on early, obvious run downs.
After 11 years with the Bengals, Peko spent 2017-18 with the Broncos before latching on with the Ravens last November. He appeared in seven games and made three starts for Baltimore in the regular season while racking up 14 tackles.
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