Patrick Peterson, who expressed interest in Cincinnati, will sign with Pittsburgh Liberal-news

Minnesota Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson

Veteran cornerback Patrick Peterson had expressed interest in playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, but announced on his podcast “All Things Covered” who is signing with the rival AFC North, the Pittsburgh Steelers.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday via Twitter that Peterson, who spent the past two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings after playing his first 10 seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, is signing a two-year deal with Pittsburgh.

Kelsey Conway of the Enquirer reported early Monday via Twitter It would be interesting to see if the Bengals would look to add Peterson via free agency after Peterson told Schefter he’d like to play for a team like Cincinnati that gives him a shot at a Super Bowl ring.

Peterson said on his podcast that he wanted to re-sign with the Vikings, but the two parties were unable to reach an agreement.

Conway reported Monday that the Bengals are losing security. Vonn Bell to the Carolina Panthers and security Jessie Bates III to the Atlanta Falcons.

The Bengals’ Mike Hilton tweeted to free agent safety CJ Gardner-Johnson on Monday:

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This article originally appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer: Free agent cornerback Patrick Peterson to sign with Pittsburgh

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