Patrick Peterson requests trade from Cardinals, report says

Kristopher Nichols
October 29, 2018

Head coach Steve Wilks told the media Peterson had not told him he wants a trade.

The NFL trade deadline is rapidly approaching and rumors continue to suggest that some star players might be on the move. La Canfora also mentioned that they are looking to see if a cornerback will be available at the right price.

Among those who are hoping to be dealt before the October 30 deadline is Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson.

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Although the Arizona Cardinals have insisted that they have no plans to trade Patrick Peterson this year, it appears the All-Pro cornerback might be attempting to force their hand.

Peterson has two interceptions, three pass deflections, a fumble recovery, a sack, and 35 tackles in his seven starts for Arizona. Also, considering the current pay rate for a top level corner, Peterson is basically a bargain with his contract, which now runs through 2020. Patrick Peterson has been a bright spot on the Cardinals defense. The No. 14 overall pick in the 2016 National Football League draft, Joseph has seen his role shrink considerably since Jon Gruden took over the team, making him a prime candidate for a potential trade. Now, Peterson is a pro, a top pro, and he would not become a distraction to the Redbirds.

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports tweeted that New Orleans and Philadelphia have reached out concerning Peterson's availability. They could ask him to honor his current contract.

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