NEW ORLEANS, LA - NOVEMBER 07: Marcus Peters #24 of the Baltimore Ravens warms up against the New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome on November 7, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

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Former All-Pro cornerback Marcus Peters is set to visit and workout with the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Peters, 30, spent the majority of the last four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and aside from a few injury concerns, remained one of the better ballhawks in the NFL.

The Raiders and Peters were in contact earlier in the offseason with the organization visiting with the three-time Pro Bowler at some point during the spring, per Rapoport. They’ll now have an opportunity to get a better look at him before making any sort of decision.

Back on June 14, The Athletic’s raiders-garoppolo-chandler-jones-marcus-peters/?source=emp_shared_article”>Tashan Reed reported that the Raiders seemed likely to sign Peters before the start of training camp. That report was later echoed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s vegas-raiders%2Fmarcus-peters-contract-free-agent-rumors%2F”>Vincent Bonsignore, who tweeted that Peters to Las Vegas was “inevitable.”

After Peters visited with the Raiders back in May, he didn’t leave with a contract, but the two sides agreed to stay in touch as he continued to test the market, per Reed. Nothing has materialized for him since then, however.

Las Vegas certainly needs all the cornerback help it can get as Nate Hobbs and Duke Shelley are currently listed as the team’s two starters at the position. Peters would present an immediate upgrade given his success over the years.

Starting his career in Kansas City in 2015, Peters won Defensive Rookie of the Year after leading the NFL in interceptions. He’s gone on to play for the Los Angeles Rams and Ravens, making three Pro Bowls and four All-Pro teams.

He has racked up 32 interceptions over his career.

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