Peterson critical of Cardinals QB Kyler Murray in podcast
PHOENIX — (AP) — Patrick Peterson's war of words against his former team now includes barbs aimed at quarterback Kyler Murray. The Minnesota Vikings cornerback — who played his first 10 seasons with the Arizona Cardinals — said on his "All Things Covered" podcast that "Kyler Murray don't care about nobody but Kyler Murray." The Vikings beat the Cardinals 34-26 back in October, which Peterson relished. “I’ve been told a lot of things about me from that organization,” Peterson said after the game. Murray and the Cardinals fell to 4-8 on Sunday with a last-minute loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.wftv.com
Kyler Murray fires back after ex-Cardinals teammate Patrick Peterson says QB only cares about himself
Kyler Murray is seeing more scrutiny than ever amid a 4-8 start for the Arizona Cardinals, and that extends to his former Cardinals teammates. Ex-Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson had some interesting things to say about Murray on an episode of his All Things Covered podcast published Wednesday. Peterson, who now plays for the Minnesota Vikings, responded with "Kyler Murray don't care about nobody but Kyler Murray. "Kyler Murray don't care about nobody but Kyler Murray"Patrick Peterson comments on what's going on with his former team the Cardinals, since they are always in the news. Kyler Murray reacts to Patrick Peterson: 'You on some weird s***'Murray would respond a few hours later, cursing out Peterson and telling the veteran to call his phone instead of calling him out on his podcast.wftv.com
Vikings get critical Allen turnovers, stun Bills 33-30 in OT
The Vikings took advantage of three turnovers by Allen in the fourth quarter and overtime, pulling ahead late in regulation when he mishandled a snap and fumbled in the end zone. Greg Joseph put the Vikings ahead to stay by hitting a 33-yard field goal with 3:42 left in overtime. Kirk Cousins threw for 357 yards, and Justin Jefferson had a monster game with 10 catches for 193 yards for the NFC North-leading Vikings (8-2). With the Bills ahead 27-17, Allen threw his first interception on fourth-and-goal at Minnesota’s 2 with 10:27 remaining. Rolling to his right, Allen inexplicably threw back across his body directly to Peterson, who returned the ball to Buffalo’s 34 and was tackled by Allen.wftv.com
Vikings get critical Allen turnovers, stun Bills 33-30 in OT
Patrick Peterson intercepted Josh Allen with 1:12 left in overtime to finally end a sloppy, yet thrilling back-and-forth game between two of the NFL’s best teams, and the Minnesota Vikings completed their rally from a 17-point second-half deficit to beat the Buffalo Bills 33-30.
Vikings stun Josh Allen, Bills in overtime after arguably wildest final minute in NFL history
The Minnesota Vikings knocked off the Buffalo Bills 33-30 in overtime at Highmark Stadium thanks to an incredible grab from Jefferson, a timely fumble from Bills quarterback Josh Allen in the end zone and one last overtime interception. Seemingly poised to steal the game away, Allen threw an interception to Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson in the end zone to officially claim the 33-30 win. Immediately, Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen fumbled the ball away in the end zone. Yet Cousins’ quarterback sneak on fourth down was stopped just inches short — which gave the ball back to Buffalo. Jefferson pulled up again in overtime, too, with a big 24-yard grab to get the Bills to the goal line.wftv.com
Lions standout Amon-Ra St. Brown not sure he can play through ankle sprain vs Seahawks
The 22-year-old wide receiver sprained his ankle in Week 3 against the Minnesota Vikings, and isn't sure if he'll be able to play through it. "I'm not sure," St. Brown said Wednesday via the Detroit Free Press. Amon-Ra St. Brown is a star in the making at wide receiver for the #Lions. St. Brown has had foot injuries in the past, but never a sprained ankle. But if St. Brown (and others) aren't able to take the field, it could be a closer contest than expected.wftv.com
Cards win 34-33 thriller after Vikings miss last-second FG
APTOPIX Vikings Cardinals Football Arizona Cardinals wide receiver A.J. He made two 52-yard field goals earlier in the game, giving no indication he'd have trouble pushing the Vikings to a win. Murray shook off the mistake and led the Cardinals on an eight-play, 75-yard drive capped by a 9-yard touchdown pass to veteran A.J. The Vikings scored on just the second play of the game when Cousins connected with a wide-open K.J. UP NEXTThe Vikings play at home for the first time this season when they host the Seattle Seahawks.wftv.com
Pick a number: NFL players relish new single-digit identity
7, with cornerbacks now allowed to wear any number from 1 to 49. The eight-time Pro Bowl cornerback wanted his trusty No. He's going to have to pick something else in September, mildly irked that linebackers can flash single-digits but linemen can't. 8 right out of the gate of his NFL career in memory of his favorite NBA player, the late Kobe Bryant. When they pick my random hotel room, it either adds up to eight or it has an eight in it.wftv.com
AP source: Vikings agree to deal with CB Patrick Peterson
FILE - In this Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020 file photo, Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) reacts to a play during an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Glendale, Ariz. The Minnesota Vikings agreed to a one-year contract worth up to $10 million with eight-time Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson on Wednesday March 17, 2021 according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations. (AP Photo/Jennifer Stewart, File)MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Vikings agreed to a one-year contract worth up to $10 million with eight-time Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson on Wednesday night, according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team had yet to announce the deal. Peterson, a three-time All-Pro pick, played 10 seasons with the Arizona Cardinals after being drafted fifth overall out of LSU in 2011.
Arizona knocks off undefeated Seattle with 37-34 OT victory
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (1) leaves the field after an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020, in Glendale, Ariz. Seattle led all of regulation until Gonzalez made a 44-yard field goal as time expired to tie it at 34. Moments later, it appeared Seattle had won on the ensuing drive when DK Metcalf caught a 48-yard touchdown pass, but the play was called back because of holding on receiver David Moore. Christian Kirk caught an 8-yard touchdown pass with 2:28 left to pull Arizona to 34-31. Seattle cruised 75 yards in just six plays, finishing with a 6-yard touchdown pass from Wilson to Lockett.
Abram, Simmons among 2nd-year players poised for breakouts
Instead, the rookie safety injured his shoulder in the season opener and didnt play again last season. Now Abram is one of several second-year players poised for a breakout season in 2020. While Abrams season was cut short because of an injury, Tennessee first-round defensive tackle Jeffrey Simmons started late because of one. Simmons recovered in time to play nine games of the regular season and three playoff games. He showed flashes as a rookie with 59 catches for 680 yards and five TDs despite substandard quarterback play from Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges.