Patrick Peterson tells NFL analyst that Arizona Cardinals will make Super Bowl

Jeremy Cluff
Arizona Republic
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After the DeAndre Hopkins trade to the Cardinals, several Arizona players took to social media to express their excitement for the move and what it could mean for the team next season.

The Arizona Cardinals' Patrick Peterson took it to a whole new level Tuesday, predicting that the team would make the Super Bowl in Tampa, according to one NFL analyst.

Former NFL cornerback Bryant McFadden reported this conversation he had with Peterson via text.

"Yo, Mac, don't worry, I’m going to meet you in Tampa,” Peterson said, according to McFadden, who works as an analyst for CBS Sports.

“That’s where the Super is, right," Peterson continued, according to McFadden. “We’re all in and we’re not done.”

He added, according to McFadden: "Meet me in Tampa, Mac, dinner on me."

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Peterson is understandably excited about Arizona adding Hopkins to the fold for next season.

After the trade was reported, he tweeted that Kyler Murray and Larry Fitzgerald and DeAndre Hopkins equaled problems.

Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (10) runs with the ball as Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) defends during the third quarter at NRG Stadium in a 2017 game. Hopkins has reportedly been traded to the Cardinals.

He wasn't the only Cardinals player to appear ecstatic with the news of the addition.

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