Damian Lillard is signaling to the Las Vegas Raiders: Go get Patrick Peterson

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Damian Lillard is signaling to the Raiders: Go get Patrick Peterson originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

It seems that Arizona Cardinals veteran cornerback Patrick Peterson's time with the team is coming to an end.

On Monday, NFL FanSided reporter Matt Verderame tweeted out that Peterson is parting ways with the Cardinals barring “significant change in stances”.

Peterson will be an unrestricted free agent in 2021.

Peterson has spent all 10 years of his NFL career with the Cardinals and has frequently been in the consistent conversation as one of the best cornerbacks in pro football.

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For his career with the Cardinals, Peterson collected 487 tackles (435 solo) with four sacks, 91 passes deflected, 28 interceptions and one touchdown.

Peterson’s next landing spot could be his last and he is most likely going to be looking to play for a Super Bowl contender.

He has only won three playoff games in his career.

If it were up to Las Vegas Raiders super fan and Portland Trail Blazers All-Star point guard, he would love to see Peterson in black and silver:

Unfortunately for the Raiders, they are one of the worst teams positioned to compete for free agents in 2021. They are already saddled with over $200M against the cap.

So, good luck, Dame. It's likely a pipe dream. 

This offseason is already off to a bang with a lot of different teams, and with the Super Bowl officially coming to an end on Sunday, you can expect more big moves as we inch closer to the start of the new NFL season in March.