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Former LSU and current Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson has been suspended for the first six games of the 2019 regular season due to a violation of the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy.

Peterson is not expected to appeal the violation. He will be able to return Sunday, October 20th vs. New York Giants.

His return in October is just a couple weeks before the NFL trade deadline. Peterson reportedly wanted to be traded last season and the Cardinals selected two defensive back in the 2019 Draft.

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23 Comments
He needs to talk to Bama’s PED coordinators and figure out how not to get caught.
Reply17 months
Thug life.
Reply17 months
Keyboard warrior life.
17 months
I really had no idea what he looked like. Thank Gawd we didn’t trade for him.
Reply17 months
So much for the Hall of Fame.
Reply17 months
He will still make the hall of fame.
17 months
Blanky: How can a pro guy failing PED test make the HoF? I've heard for years now that Bonds, Sosa, Clemens and other legends can't be voted in by the pathetic media because they cheated.
17 months
That's baseball! To completely different things!
17 months
He's lucky, now he only has to play 12 games for the Cardinals next year. Peterson was a great Tiger. Not trashing him now. He has a lot of good years ahead of him.
Reply17 months
He's getting old. Feeling the pinch and looking to extent his career as long as possible.
Reply17 months
That doesn't say it is for PED's
Reply17 months
I wonder if Viagara will now list '6 game suspension' as a known side effect.
Reply17 months
They should've made him play with the Cardinals for 6 games instead.
Reply17 months
Typical lousina trash....
Reply17 months
He's from Florida iirc
17 months
Chuker your an idiot. From Florida.
17 months
So is this where the once-adoring TD fan base turns on him and calls him a tPOS?
Reply17 months
They are all PEDs
17 months
Sadly that’s usually how it goes
17 months
First off a-hole he’s one of the greatest tigers to play for LSU. Nobody worth a shite is turning on him. We will continue to pull for him always. Once a tiger Always a tiger....
17 months
Oops
Reply17 months
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