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TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals star cornerback Patrick Peterson said Wednesday that his request to be traded “came at a bad time.”

“I was just frustrated,” Peterson said.

Peterson, who spoke after Wednesday’s practice for the first time since ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Monday that Peterson “desperately” wants out of Arizona and asked to be traded by the Oct. 30 trade deadline, said those frustrations were with the Cardinals’ 1-6 start.

“You see the record,” Peterson said.

He reiterated the same words when asked if he was frustrated with coaching or personnel.

Earlier Wednesday, Peterson tweeted a statement that hinted at his long-term commitment to the Cardinals.

My statement. pic.twitter.com/FG8R7Fa0YA

— Patrick Peterson /P2 (@P2) October 24, 2018

Peterson met with Cardinals president Michael Bidwill for 30 minutes on Tuesday, and they discussed ways for the Cardinals to improve and for Peterson to be a leader, sources told Schefter. Peterson said he talks to Bidwill “every day,” but the two are now in a “good place.”

“We’ve moved forward from what happened the other day,” Peterson said. “I think we definitely have a clear understanding, and I have two years left under my contract so

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