GLENDALE, Ariz. — Patrick Peterson is officially "former Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson."
The 30-year-old corner has signed a one-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings, 12 Sports confirmed with his agent.
Peterson became an unrestricted free agent on Wednesday. The deal with Minnesota is worth $10 million.
Peterson was drafted by the Cardinals out of LSU in 2011 and he quickly became one of the NFL's top cornerbacks. Peterson is a three-time First Team All-Pro selection, 8-time Pro Bowl selection and he was selected as a member of the NFL's 2010s All-Decade Team last year.
Peterson sent out this picture on Twitter on Tuesday, leading some to believe he may have signed a new deal with Arizona.
He followed it up with a tweet saying "just a dope pic."
Since 2015, Peterson has played in 92 games and has allowed just one 100-yard receiving performance against him according to Pro Football Focus.
"At this point in my career, I'm trying to win a championship," Peterson told 12 Sports' Cameron Cox and Chierstin Susel in January when asked about where he may sign.
The Cardinals made a flurry of moves on Wednesday that did not include re-signing Peterson. The Cardinals signed veteran receiver A.J. Green, traded for top NFL center Rodney Hudson and signed kicker Matt Prater.