Marcus Peters Trade, PFF, Injury, Stats, Salary, Net Worth, Contract, Height, Weight, Draft, Position, Jersey Number, Teams

Marcus Peters is a cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. In the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs selected him, and he also played for the Los Angeles Rams.  He attended the University of Washington and played college football.

Marcus Peters Trade

Peters was traded to the Baltimore Ravens from Los Angeles Rams on October 15, 2019, for linebacker Kenny Young and a 2020 fifth-round pick.

Marcus Peters Injury

Peters suffered a torn ACL on September 9, 2021, and was out for the whole 2021 campaign as a result.

The Ravens have spent a lot of time talking about how excited they are about the upcoming returns of several key players, so that moment probably seems like a lifetime ago.

Getting players like Peter and others should be a boost regardless of whether or not they return to their old form.

Marcus Peters Stats

Career stats


Marcus Peters Salary

Marcus Peters gets paid an average of $14,000,000 per year. In 2022, Peters’ base salary will be $10,000,000 and his cap hit will be $15,500,000.

Marcus Peters Net Worth

Marcus Peters has an estimated net worth of $20 million dollars

Marcus Peters Contract

Marcus Peters agreed to a three-year, $42 million deal with the Baltimore Ravens, which included a $8 million signing bonus and $32,468,118 in guarantees.

Marcus Peters Height

Marcus Peters has a staggering height of 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)

Marcus Peters Weight

Marcus Peters is not too bulky for his size. He has a weight of 197 lb (89 kg)

Marcus Peters Draft

The Kansas City Chiefs selected Peters in the first round (18th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Marcus Peters Position

Marcus Peters plays as a cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens

Marcus Peters Jersey Number

Marcus Peters wears the number 24 jersey on the Baltimore Ravens

Marcus Peters Teams

Kansas City Chiefs (2015–2017)
Los Angeles Rams (2018–2019)
Baltimore Ravens (2019–present)