Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
7 months ago

Peterson (ankle) was a full participant at the Cardinals' practice Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Peterson did not participate at Wednesday's practice, but it appears the team was understandably illustrating some cautious with their start cornerback. The 27-year-old is expected to be available for Week 17 in Seattle and extend his consecutive starts streak to 112 games.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
7 months ago

Peterson (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

During Sunday's win versus the Giants, Peterson only played 79 percent of the snaps on defense. Most of the missed time was devoted to a concussion test, Peterson relayed to Weinfuss after the game, but he hasn't entered the protocol for head injuries in the interim. Fast forward to the first practice of Week 17 prep, and Peterson is now dealing with an ankle concern, which head coach Bruce Arians termed "not very" severe, per Weinfuss. Adding to the positive tone is Arians' hope that Peterson makes an appearance in Thursday's session, a belief that bodes well for the cornerback extending his consecutive starts streak to 112 games Sunday at Seattle.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
7 months ago

Peterson said he was evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's game against the Giants but avoided the league's concussion protocol, ESPN NFL Nation's Josh Weinfuss reports.

EDGE Analysis

Peterson can generally be taken at his word on this, but his availability for Week 17 perhaps shouldn't be taken for granted at the moment -- that he was evaluated for a concussion might make his symptoms worth monitoring in the upcoming days. For now, though, the belief is that he suffered no injury.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
7 months ago

Peterson (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Titans, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Cardinals will be happy to have their top corner back Sunday, but fantasy owners should see Peterson as a risky option. Titans QB Marcus Mariota is averaging just 27 pass attempts over the last three games, which could keep the ball away from Peterson.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
7 months ago

Peterson (hamstring) was a limited participant at Friday's practice and is considered questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Titans, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Peterson's hamstring injury kept him sidelined during Thursday's practice, but he's currently trending in the right direction with high hopes of playing in Week 14. The Cardinals' No. 1 cornerback said his hamstring is still a "little sore" but will be ready to play Sunday, according to Darren Urban of the team's official site. At this point all signs point to Peterson suiting up without limitations, though Brandon Williams could be in line for additional snaps if Peterson were to suffer any sort of setback.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
7 months ago

Peterson (hamstring) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Peterson practiced in limited fashion Wednesday, so his absence Thursday is a step in the wrong direction. However, the Cardinals could just be exercising caution with their shutdown corner. The 27-year-old has yet to miss a game this season, but Brandon Williams would presumably be next in line should he have to ultimately sit out.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
9 months ago

Peterson (quadriceps) doesn't have a designation on the final injury report for Sunday's game against the Rams.

EDGE Analysis

Head coach Bruce Arians said Friday that Peterson's quad injury isn't a major concern. Arguably the league's best cover corner, Peterson likely will be tasked with shadowing a slumping Sammy Watkins, which could in turn open up more targets for Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
9 months ago

Head coach Bruce Arians says Peterson has had no problem with his quadriceps and is expected to play Sunday against the Rams, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

EDGE Analysis

While still waiting on an official confirmation, it sounds like, barring any setbacks, Peterson is back to full health. It's a good sign as the Cardinals head to Los Angeles to face Jared Goff and a Rams' offense that is seemingly finding its groove.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
9 months ago

Peterson (quadriceps) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

During a punt return Sunday against the Buccaneers, Peterson aggravated a quad injury that limited him in each practice last week. He wasn't expected to participate in Wednesday's session, but whatever he was able to fit in constituted a "limited" showing. The development lines up with Peterson's desire to play this weekend in London, as he'll "definitely be ready to go for Sunday" against the Rams. Nonetheless, it would surprise at this point if he doesn't conclude game preparation with a questionable designation for the second week in a row.

Patrick Peterson
CB ARI (9)
9 months ago

Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said that Peterson (quadriceps) won't see any involvement during Wednesday's practice, but the team still expects its top cornerback to play Sunday against the Rams in London, NFL.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Cardinals are likely just trying to avoid any further aggravation to Peterson's nagging quad tendon injury by holding him out Wednesday, and it's possible that he's no more than a limited participant in their final two practice sessions of the week. If healthy in Week 7, Peterson would likely be tasked with shadowing Rams top wideout Sammy Watkins for most of the contest.