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Patrick Peterson

Patrick Peterson

CB -

Height: 6' 1"Weight: 203 lbsAge: 33College: LSUDrafted: 2011 #5 (1st Rd. by ARI)

2024 Outlook

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Patrick Peterson released by the Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers released Patrick Peterson.

Fantasy Impact

Peterson played one season with Pittsburgh. He'll likely sign another one-year or short-term deal with another team in free agency as soon as next week.

Ari Koslow6 weeks ago
Patrick Peterson signs with Steelers

CB Patrick Peterson has agreed to terms with the Steelers.

Fantasy Impact

The 32-year-old defensive back played two seasons in Minnesota, collecting six interceptions. He has 111 career INTs and allowed passer ratings of 78.6 and 79.7 in his two years as a Viking.

Kelly Kirby1 year ago
Patrick Peterson interested in signing with Cincinnati

Patrick Peterson expressed interest in playing for the Bengals when speaking to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Fantasy Impact

Peterson is a free agent and would fill a need at cornerback for the Bengals. The 32-year-old played in 17 games last season with the Vikings, registering five interceptions and 15 passes defensed. Peterson stated he is interested in a team that has a chance to compete for a Super Bowl, so he is likely to focus in on a limited number of teams.

Jesse Garcia1 year ago
Patrick Peterson to re-sign with Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings have come to terms on a new, one-year with free-agent CB Patrick Peterson.

Fantasy Impact

Peterson, an eight-time Pro Bowler, is returning to Minnesota on a short-term deal. The specifics of the deal are still unknown, but he should be a nice veteran presence and solid cover corner in a very thin Vikings secondary.

Leo Sells2 years ago
Patrick Peterson activated from reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday

Vikings CB Patrick Peterson activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list by team on Tuesday ahead of Thursday's Week 14 game vs the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Fantasy Impact

Assuming he plays right away, Peterson's presence in the lineup on Thursday would be extremely impactful given that Minnesota has allowed the most points to opposing WRs this season. This is definitely good news for the former All-Pro.