PHOENIX – The Los Angeles Rams“Definitely” need to sign cornerback Marcus Peters to a contract extension, coach Sean McVay stated Tuesday at the NFL Owner’s Meetings.

Peters is entering the fifth and last season of the rookie contract.

“Been really delighted about Marcus,” McVay said. “And notably delighted with everything you might discover with all of the adventures we went in one year”

The Rams acquired Peters, 26, annually at a commerce with all the Kansas City Chiefs as a swap to get a 2018 fourth-round and also 2019 second-round pick. In three seasons at Kansas City, Peters intercepted a league-best 19 passes, was a yearlong Pro Bowl selection and onetime All Guru.

However he played inconsistently throughout the first half of the Rams’ 13-3 season, and let several explosive plays, including a 72-yard touchdown pass to saints receiver Michael Thomas from the Rams’ first loss of the season in Week 9.

“He made plays which have beenn’t really indicative of what we feel as though he is,” McVay said. “What I love the most is he obtained accountability for it”

By the second half of the growing season, and observing some alterations from defensive coordinator Wade Phillips,” Peters settled in. He finished the regular season with three interceptions and eight pass deflections until he moved onto work well through the entire playoffs, and had arguably his”best game,” McVay said, at a loss to the New England Patriots at superbowl LIII.

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