Peterson (undisclosed) was released from injured reserve by the Titans on Tuesday, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports. If healthy, Peterson is free to sign with another team during the 2021 season. The 27-year-old appeared in 12 games with the Cardinals last season.
Peterson signed with the Titans on Thursday. Peterson had a tryout during minicamp this week, and he'll attempt to earn a spot on the 53-man roster during training camp. The 27-year-old appeared in 12 games for the Cardinals last year and recorded six tackles (four solo) and one pass defense.
Peterson (concussion) was activated from the injured reserve list Saturday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Peterson has missed the last four games after suffering a concussion during Week 9's matchup against Miami. The cornerback has recorded a mere three tackles (two solo) throughout the 2020 campaign. Even with the return of Peterson, Dre Kirkpatrick and Patrick Peterson will likely continue as the Cardinals' star cornerbacks.
Peterson (concussion) has been designated for a return from injured reserve by the Cardinals on Wednesday. Peterson has resided on IR since Week 9 when he suffered a concussion in the loss to Miami. The team will have 21 days to officially activate Peterson, so he could return for Sunday's game against the Rams. This news suggests he's getting closer, but Peterson will still need to clear the league's concussion protocol before officially returning to the field.
The Cardinals placed Peterson on injured reserve Wednesday. It was confirmed Sunday that Peterson suffered a concussion in the loss to Miami, so he'll require full medical clearance from the league's concussion protocol in order to be eligible to return. Peterson will spend at least the next three weeks on IR, and in his stead, look for Byron Murphy and Johnathan Joseph to handle increased roles.
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