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Fantasy News

  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Staying in Minnesota

    The Vikings and Peterson agreed to a one-year contract Wednesday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Peterson announced the news on his "All Things Covered" podcast, confirming that he'll return to Minnesota for a second consecutive year. In his first season with the Vikings, he missed four games due to a hamstring injury and a stint on the reserve/COVID-19 list, but he still produced when on the field, recording 45 tackles, five pass breakups and a pick-six in 13 contests. Peterson will slot in as a starting cornerback opposite Cameron Dantzler in 2022.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Comes off COVID list

    The Vikings activated Peterson (undisclosed) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday. Peterson missed Week 13's divisional loss to the Lions as a result of his placement on the COVID list. However, the veteran should be available to handle his usual every-down role during Thursday's matchup against the Steelers.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Lands on COVID-19 list

    Peterson (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Peterson is vaccinated, which indicates the cornerback tested positive for the virus. The veteran cornerback will need to produce two negative COVID-19 tests at least 24 hours apart and remain asymptomatic for 48 hours before being reinstated to the active roster.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Activated by Vikings

    Peterson (hamstring) was activated from injured reserve by the Vikings on Saturday. Peterson returned to the practice field Wednesday, and he'll be back in game action Sunday against the Packers following a three-game absence. Across his first six appearances of the season, the 31-year-old logged 13 tackles (eight solo) and two pass defenses.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Designated to return from IR

    Peterson (hamstring) has been designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday. With the move, Peterson will have 21 days to be added to the active roster. The veteran cornerback has been on injured reserve since mid-October, but he has been designated to return at the earliest possible time, which is a good sign for Minnesota's secondary, who has a date with Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams on Sunday. It's unclear if he will be available for Week 11, but he appears to be trending in the right direction.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Progressing in recovery

    Peterson (hamstring) ran off to the side during Thursday's practice session, Eric Smith of the Vikings' official site reports. Peterson has been on injured reserve since mid-October and isn't eligible to return until Week 11 against the Packers. However, his participation in running drills suggests that he's trending toward a relatively brief stay on IR. The 31-year-old can return to practice as early as next week, and a better idea of his status will likely come into focus based on his participation.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Diagnosed with cramps

    Peterson has been diagnosed with cramps and is questionable to return Sunday against the Panthers. Peterson was believed to have suffered a serious injury, but in the end, he was diagnosed with cramps. It remains to be seen if he'll be able to return to action, but he certainly avoided a serious health concern.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: Carted off field Sunday

    Peterson (foot) was carted off the field Sunday against the Panthers, according to Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Peterson had to be helped off the field, and while he wasn't putting any weight on his right foot initially, the situation improved as he got closer to the sideline. Ultimately, he had to be carted off to the locker room, and while no official designation has been given, he isn't likely to return before the end of the contest.
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  • Vikings' Patrick Peterson: One tackle in Vikings debut

    Peterson had one tackle and allowed three receptions on four targets for 75 yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the Bengals according to Pro Football Focus. Peterson wasn't too busy in his Minnesota debut, as the Bengals targeted a struggling Bashaud Breeland eight times. Peterson doesn't have the same coverage skills as during his prime in Arizona, but he gives Minnesota an upgrade over last year's shaky secondary.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Nabs three more interceptions

    Peterson had 61 tackles (52 solo), eight pass defenses and three interceptions in 16 games during the 2020 campaign. In his age-30 season, Peterson notched his most tackles since he was a rookie back in 2011 and also recorded at least three picks for the fifth time in his noted 10-year career. He isn't nearly the player he was during his prime, when he earned three first-team All-Pro bids (2011, 2013 and 2015). Still, the upcoming unrestricted free agent could get one more lucrative deal based on name recognition alone.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Gets another two picks this season

    Peterson notched 53 tackles (46 solo), seven pass breakups, two interceptions, one sack and one forced fumble in 10 contests during the 2019 season. Peterson missed the first outings of his nine-year career, the result of a six-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. Still, he posted his fourth-most tackles of any season, which would have equated to a whopping 84.8 stops over a 16-game slate. Opposing offenses seemed to fear Peterson less than normal in the past campaign, but the potential is there for the 29-year-old to be a lock-down corner again, assuming his 2019 showing merely was a blip on the radar.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Will suit up Sunday

    Peterson (calf) does not carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against San Francisco, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.. Peterson put in two limited practices during the week before logging a full one Friday. He should see a full slate of snaps against the 49ers.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Still limited Wednesday

    Peterson (calf) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Josh Weinfuss of reports. Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday that Peterson was considered day-to-day, so it's no real surprise to see him putting in a limited practice. The 29-year-old seems on track to play Week 11 if he can avoid a setback.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Considered day-to-day

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury called Peterson (calf) day-to-day on Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Peterson was forced out of Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers in the fourth quarter due to a calf issue, but he appears to have a shot at suiting up Week 11 versus the 49ers. A decision on the veteran cornerback's availability will likely come down to how well he reacts after a full week of practice. The Cardinals have a bye around the corner Week 12, so the team could also opt to rest Peterson and allow him two weeks of recovery.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Nabs first INT

    Peterson recorded six tackles (five solo), a pass breakup and an interception in Sunday's 31-9 loss to the Saints. Peterson ended the Saints' first possession of the second half by picking off a deep pass from Drew Brees intended for fullback Zach Line. This was Peterson's first interception of the year in his second game. His lockdown presence will be important as the Cardinals face Emmanuel Sanders and George Kittle twice over the next three weeks, including Thursday's game against the 49ers.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Impressive following suspension

    Peterson produced seven solo tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in Sunday's 27-21 win over the Giants. After serving a six-game suspension for violating the league's PED policy, Peterson generated a solid stat line. However, he'll have a tough matchup on deck in Week 8 against the Saints, especially if Drew Brees (thumb) returns.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Trade rumors shot down

    Arizona GM Steve Keim noted Friday "we are not trading Patrick Peterson," Kevin Zimmerman of 98.7 Arizona Sports reports. Keim called Peterson a "player in his prime," and he talked up the veteran cornerback's impact on the field and in the locker room. Peterson was reinstated to the Cardinals' 53-man roster this week after being suspended for the first six games of the season, and he's set to reprise his role as the team's top cornerback. The three-time All-Pro will provide a huge boost to the team's secondary, which has struggled to provide reliable coverage in his absence.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Committed to Cardinals

    Peterson announced his commitment to the Cardinals for 2019 and beyond Wednesday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro-Am, Kyle Odegard of the team's official site reports. "I just want to apologize to everybody for asking for that trade in the middle of the season," Peterson said. "I'm here to stay, baby." Peterson was referencing his trade request just before the deadline in late October. The rumors were quashed quickly, but with the Cardinals 1-6 at the time under new coach Steve Wilks, it was a telling vote of no confidence in the new staff and Peterson's role in the 4-3 scheme. Wilks since has been replaced by Kliff Kingsbury, whose hiring of Vance Joseph as defensive coordinator guarantees a return to the 3-4 alignment in which Peterson thrived the first seven years of his career. Peterson thus will return to facing top wide receivers in man-to-man coverage. During the aforementioned seven-year run, he averaged 10.3 passes defended and three interceptions per season, which fell off to five and two, respectively, in 2018.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Puts rest to trade rumors

    Peterson released a statement Wednesday on his personal Twitter account pledging his commitment to the Cardinals amid ongoing trade speculation. "My energy is 100 percent focused on being part of the solution and helping us [the Cardinals] turn this around," the statement read. "I've never shied away from a challenge before and I'm not starting now. I am an Arizona Cardinal, and my focus is on this week's game." While the trade market for the star cornerback has been active so far, it sounds like Peterson hopes to stay put in Arizona ahead of the Oct. 30 deadline. Across the Cardinals' seven games this season, Peterson has registered 35 stops (29 solo), two interceptions, a sack and a fumble recovery.
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  • Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Asking for trade

    Peterson has requested a trade, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Peterson surely knew his team was headed for a rebuilding campaign but probably didn't expect things to get this bad. It now looks like a multi-season project, which is a tough pill to swallow for a 28-year-old cornerback with a contract that runs through 2020. Schefter reports that the Cardinals still don't intend to trade Peterson.
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