Peko signed a contract with the Cardinals on Monday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
The veteran defensive tackle, who turns 36 later this week, will be reunited with defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, who he worked with in both Cincinnati and Denver previously in his career. Corey Peters (knee) was recently lost for the season, so adding Peko gives Arizona some much-needed depth along the interior of their defensive line.
Peko is expected to sign with the Cardinals after passing all required COVID-19 protocols, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Arizona is in need of reliable play along the interior of the defensive line following a season-ending injury to Corey Peters (kneecap), making Peko a clear fit. The 35-year-old appeared in seven games with the Ravens last season.
Peko notched 14 tackles (seven solo) in seven regular-season contests in 2019.
Peko signed with Baltimore as a free agent midway through the 2019 regular season, and he played a rotational role at nose tackle to close out the year. The 35-year-old veteran is set to once again become an unrestricted free agent come March.
Peko (knee) is active for Sunday's contest against the 49ers.
Peko practiced without limitations Friday, and it looks as though he's fully recovered from his knee issue. The veteran nose tackle's availability will be a boost to Baltimore's depth.
Peko (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Peko fully participated in practice Friday. He has played around 20 snaps in the two games he's been active since signing with Baltimore and would likely be in line for a similar role if he's able to play Sunday.
Peko signed a contract, which will pay $1 million for the remainder of the season, with the Ravens on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The Broncos allowed Peko to walk into free agency following a 2018 season in which he recorded 31 tackles, 0.5 sacks and two pass breakups over 16 games. Peko will turn 35 years old Nov. 27, and he'll add veteran depth as the Ravens make a championship push, since Daylon Mack (knee) was placed on injured reserve and Michael Pierce (ankle) is day-to-day. Justin Ellis signed with the team as well, so Peko will have competition for reps regardless of the injury situation.
The Broncos will let Peko head to free agency, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Peko logged just 31 tackles (20 solo) and a half-sack with the Broncos last season and, despite noting his desire to re-sign with the club, the veteran will likely head elsewhere this offseason. At the very least, Peko's durability, with him having played 16 games in all but two seasons, shouldn't be a concern for teams interested in his services.
Peko (knee) is listed as active for Thursday's game against the Colts.
Peko was listed as questionable heading into the contest after missing the previous two games, but he will tough it out Thursday. The veteran will presumably resume his role as the team's starting nose tackle.
Peko (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Colts.
Peko has sat out the past two games and was a limited participant in practice this week, but head coach Vance Joseph indicated Tuesday that the nose tackle is expected to be available. The 33-year-old will presumably go through pregame warmups Thursday before a final decision on his Week 15 status is made.
The Broncos are hopeful Peko (knee) will be able to play in Thursday's matchup against the Colts, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.
Peko has missed the last two games with an ankle injury, and although he has been limited in both practices this week, he appears on track to suit up Thursday. Expect confirmation of his status to be made closer to game time.
Peko (knee) will not be active for Sunday's game against the Jets, Mike Klis of 9 News Denver reports.
With Adam Gotsis dealing with an illness as well, the Broncos are left with three fully healthy defensive linemen. Peko will miss his second consecutive game Sunday, so the Broncos will likely turn to his cousin Kyle Peko as the main run clogger.
Peko (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.
Peko was not at practice either of the last two days, but the team is still holding out hope that the defensive tackle will be able to make a return this weekend. Expect Peko to be a game-time decision Sunday, but being unable to practice with the sprained MCL surely isn't encouraging for him.
Peko (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Though Peko was hopeful to avoid an absence after suffering a second-degree MCL sprain in last week's loss to the Raiders, his fate was sealed after he was unable to practice in any capacity this week. The nose tackle's inactive status in Week 13 will spell an end to his 123-game start streak.
Broncos head coach Vance Joseph confirmed Monday that Peko suffered a second-degree MCL sprain in his right knee in Sunday's loss to the Raiders and would be sidelined for 1-to-2 weeks, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports.
Assuming Joseph's projected holds true, Peko will sit out Week 13 against the Dolphins, spelling an end to the nose tackle's 123-game start streak. Peko has registered 35 stops, a sack and a fumble recovery in 11 contests this season.
Peko (knee) sustained damage to his MCL during Sunday's game in Oakland, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
The extent of the damage isn't clear, as Peko is expected to undergo further evaluation Monday. However, it's possible his streak of 123 consecutive games -- which is tops among active defensive linemen -- could come to a screeching halt.
Peko injured his knee in Sunday's game against the Raiders and will not return, Patrick Smyth of the Broncos' official site reports.
Peko hasn't missed a game since 2009. That streak will be in jeopardy if he can't heal in time for Denver's Week 13 matchup in Miami.
Peko signed a two-year contract with the Broncos on Saturday, Mike Klis of 9News.com reports.
The defensive tackle heads to Denver after spending the first 10 years of his career with the Bengals. Peko has been an ironman on the field as he has not missed a contest since 2009. He'll join his cousin, Kyle Peko, on the defensive line in Denver and the two will likely compete for reps as the starting nose tackle.
Peko (ankle) was not listed on Cincinnati's Week 1 injury report.
Peko was forced to leave the Bengals' playoff game against the Steelers this past winter after he injured his ankle, but little was heard of his injury after that. Whatever the issue was, it hasn't held him back this year, so he'll be in the starting lineup when Cincinnati plays the Jets on Sunday.
Peko sustained a right ankle injury as is questionable to return to Saturday's game against the Bengals, Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL.com reports.
It's unclear when Peko might have sustained the injury, but more information regarding the severity of the injury should be available after the game.
The Bengals will be without the services of linebackers Vontaze Burfict (knee) and Jayson DiManche (forearm) for Week 14 against Pittsburgh. Burfict and DiManche were the only two players ruled out for the game, but defensive end Margus Hunt (ankle) and wide receiver James Wright (knee) could join them come Sunday. Both Hunt and Wright were labeled as doubtful for the game.
Meanwhile, defensive tackle Domata Peko (elbow) was the only player on the report deemed questionable, while defensive end Robert Geathers (hip), wide receiver A.J. Green (thigh), tight end Ryan Hewitt (illness), cornerback Adam Jones (concussion), tackle Marshall Newhouse (hip) and guard/center Mike Pollak (knee) were listed as probable.
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