Patrick Peterson

#21 DB / Arizona Cardinals / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 219 lb Age: 25 College: Louisiana State Bye 9,18,21

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Active for Sunday's game

    Peterson (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Peterson was listed as questionable after logging limited practices Thursday and Friday. He said all along that he expected to play, and there's been no indication that he might be limited during Sunday's game. Peterson may be in for a quiet night, as the Eagles don't distribute many targets to their outside receivers.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Expected to play Sunday

    Peterson (ankle) is expected to play Sunday against the Eagles, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Peterson was limited in practice Thursday and Friday, but he'll slot back into his starting spot anywya. He has just two interceptions this season, with his last coming back in Week 5.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Questionable for Sunday

    Peterson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Peterson was limited in practice both Thursday and Friday for maintenance purposes regarding his ankle, but expects to play Sunday against the Eagles, despite his questionable tag heading into the contest.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Limited Thursday

    Peterson (ankle) was limited at Thursday's practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. After sitting out drills Wednesday, Peterson eased the minds of those worried about his availability, stating Thursday that he "just needed some rest. Nothing that's going to hold me back." With confirmation from the cornerback himself, he appears set to lock down any Eagles receiver across from him Sunday at Philadelphia.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Peterson (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports. Peterson initially suffered an ankle injury in Week 10 but was able to play in the Cardinals' next three games. While the current concern is considered an aggravation, head coach Bruce Arians said, "We're just making sure that he's OK." Consequently, his practice reps will likely be monitored closely in advance of Sunday's outing in Philadelphia.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Amasses team-best five tackles

    Peterson amassed a team-best five tackles and a pass defended in Sunday's victory at St. Louis. Although Peterson has been difficult to roster in IDP formats since a seven-interception campaign in 2012, he's bounced back from a lackadaisical 2014, in which he struggled to with injury and an eventual diagnosis of diabetes. With his health concern corralled this season, he's done the same to opposing wideouts, allowing just 302 receiving yards to those lined up across from him en route to the third-best passer rating against (57.8) among cornerbacks in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus. His presence will more often than not benefit the cornerback opposite Peterson, whether it's Jerraud Powers (calf) or Justin Bethel. Nevertheless, Peterson will seek out his third interception of the season Thursday against the Vikings' Teddy Bridgewater, who has been picked off in back-to-back games.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Active Sunday

    Peterson (ankle) is active for Sunday's contest at San Francisco, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Peterson fit in just one limited practice this week, though head coach Bruce Arians relayed after Friday's practice that the cornerback was expected to play Sunday. Indeed, Peterson is suiting up, but with an unknown snap count, he may yield snaps at cornerback to Justin Bethel.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Questionable to face 49ers

    Peterson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in San Francisco, CSN Bay Area reports. According to Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official website, head coach Bruce Arians said Friday that he expects Peterson to play in Sunday's game. The star cornerback missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he then returned as a limited participant Friday morning. There is some chance Peterson will be active but play fewer snaps than usual.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: No practice Wednesday

    Peterson (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Clearly hobbled after Sunday's victory against the Bengals, Peterson's ankle injury is of keen interest, as the Cardinals may have to do without perhaps the NFL's top-performing cornerback for a period of time. On the other hand, there is a chance that he'll be able to practice by the end of the week, which would do wonders for his potential to suit up in Week 12 at San Francisco. If the training staff decides to rest Peterson, Justin Bethel will step into the base defense at cornerback opposite Jerraud Powers.

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    Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Day-to-day with ankle injury

    Head coach Bruce Arians considers Peterson day-to-day following the ankle injury suffered in Sunday night's win against the Bengals, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Peterson was in tip-top shape for the majority of the contest, containing A.J. Green to two catches for 24 yards, one pass break-up, and a defensive holding penalty on the six passes on which they were matched up, according to Pro Football Focus. However, Peterson injured his ankle in the waning minutes, which contributed to a breakdown of the Cardinals' pass defense. While the team awaits the result of an MRI, his status will remain in question.

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