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Former LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson agreed to a five-year contract extension with the Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday night worth $70 million with $48 million guaranteed. This deal makes him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL, Per ESPN:
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The deal will surpass extensions signed recently by the Cleveland Browns' Joe Haden (five years, $68 million) and Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman (four years, $56 million).

The team announced the extension, which will keep Peterson under contract through 2020, without specifying the pay.
Peterson announced the news via Twitter:
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great to hear this...pp is a class act and will continue to make us proud of him for a long time to come....
Reply31 months
Richard Sherman already has his panties in a bunch about this. Has to be the most annoying player in the league. Can't stand him. STFU and play.
Reply31 months
Take that Richard Sherman!! Nice guys don't always finish last.
Reply31 months
Bidness desicion recruits, bidness desicion
Reply31 months
Boom...nice job, PP...spend it wisely.
Reply31 months
Que Richard Sherman twitter rant in 3...2...1....
Reply31 months
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