Peters was poised to hit free agency at the end of the season but inked an extension through 2020 in December. The 29-year-old is the anchor and run stuffer on the interior of the Cardinals defense, though his contributions don't typically light up the stat sheet.
Peters was a limited participant in practice this week and has missed the last fourth games for the Cardinals. There is no clear indication on his likelihood to play Sunday, with Rodney Gunter likely to see an increased workload if Peters cannot playy
Peters is set to miss his fourth consecutive game Sunday. He'll likely be replaced by Rodney Gunter, who will be tasked with stopping the tandem of Titans running backs DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry.
Though his contributions don't often show up on the stat sheet, Peters has been a valuable run stuffer for the Cardinals this season and will be rewarded for his efforts. The new deal keeps him under contract through the 2020 season, though the Cardinals will have to get by without him Sunday against the Rams, as he's been ruled out for a third straight game with a sprained ankle.
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