Patrick Peterson to retire there – this is the Cardinals’ wish
The future of the 29-years old cornerback Patrick Peterson remains unclear, but the Arizona Cardinals’ general manager Steve Keim stated his desire to see him retiring “as a cardinal”. Let’s see some more of these news, while don’t forget to keep following us for our free nfl expert picks.
It’s not a secret that Patrick Peterson is regarded one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, so he’s always a hot property on the market. He’s 8-times participant in the Pro Bowl and he’s as good as ever.
Speaking to 98.7 FM’s Doug & Wolf, the Cardinals’ Steve Keim admitted that the team wants to see Patrick Peterson continuing there. Peterson’s 2019 season was seriously hurt by suspension, but despite of this the Cardinals still regard him as an important figure of the team.
Steve Keim said that he and the owner Michael Bidwill already talked about Patrick Peterson’s future and they both want to see him retire as a Cardinal. He admitted that there are some conversations with Patrick Peterson about a new contract, but so far there are no news to announce.
In 2020 Patrick Peterson will play the last year of his $70.5-million contract with the Arizona Cardinals. 2019 was the first year when he missed on being at the Pro Bowl because of his suspension for using performance-enhancing drugs. Despite of this fiasco, the Cardinals are still loving him being there. He’s a terrific player after all. He finished the last season with 53 tackles.
These are the news around the Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson at the moment, confirmed by the general manager Steve Keim. We are going to follow what’s happening with the cornerback. Meanwhile be sure to stick with us and our free nfl expert picks.