Bears' Jason Peters active Sunday, set to start at left tackle

The 39-year-old Peters left his Bears debut with a quad injury.

CHICAGO (670 The Score) -- Bears veteran offensive tackle Jason Peters is active for his team's game against the Bengals on Sunday at Soldier Field, one week after he left his debut with the team due to a quad injury.

Peters is slated to start at left tackle for a second straight game. The Bears signed the 39-year-old Peters in August after enduring depth issues at tackle. He was limited in practice this past week.

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The Bears' inactives include nose tackle Eddie Goldman (knee), quarterback Nick Foles, receiver Breshad Perriman, offensive lineman Alex Taylor, tight end Jesper Horsted and outside linebacker Trevis Gipson.

Rookie offensive tackle Larry Borom, who suffered an ankle injury in the season opener on Sept. 12, was placed on injured reserve Saturday. He'll be required to miss a minimum of three weeks.

Kickoff between the Bears (0-1) and Bengals (1-0) comes at noon CT Sunday from Soldier Field.

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