Peterson talks “All or Nothing” and respect

Posted by Darren Urban on June 21, 2016 – 3:42 pm

Patrick Peterson was in Los Angeles Tuesday, making the round for a couple of reasons — doing the Colin Cowherd show on FS1 and an interview with Adam Schein of Sirius XM NFL radio and to promote the upcoming “All or Nothing” series, which will be released July 1, and also to shoot the intro video for NBC’s “Sunday Night Football.” (Tyrann Mathieu was also in L.A. to take part in the video, as was Carrie Underwood, of course.)

During his interview with Schein, Peterson talked about “All or Nothing” (“It will definitely shine a different light on athletes”) and the infamous quarterback bucket toss (“It’s not all about winning, it’s all about not coming in last place.”)

Then, Schein asked Peterson if he thought the Cardinals got enough respect nationally.

“We have built into that reputation,” Peterson said. “We still have a couple of years to go of some consistency, of being in the playoffs year in and year out, getting those double (digit)-win seasons. I think we can definitely get there. But the pedigree is growing into that for sure.”


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2 Responses to “Peterson talks “All or Nothing” and respect”

  1. By Eric G on Jun 22, 2016 | Reply

    Definitely a great time to be a Cardinal fan. There’s been way more bad years than good in the last 28 years, but since Michael took over the team, there has been only positives. Can’t wait to watch the series.

  2. By Scott H on Jun 23, 2016 | Reply

    Carrie Underwood is so damn hot! And a very talented lady as well. It’s good to Patrick Peterson!

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