TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Patrick Peterson was waiting at his locker when media were allowed in at the Dignity Health Arizona Cardinals Training Facility on Monday morning. 

The Cardinals' captain and eight-time Pro Bowler has been suspended the first six games of the season after failing a PED test.

[WATCH: Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson returns to practice]

"I failed a PED test," said Peterson, when asked to clarify questions around his suspension. "Very, very deeply sad and sorry that my name is associated with this. I let my brothers down. It's behind us now and I look forward to coming back against the Giants."

Peterson first spoke about the suspension at his charity event. 

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He is eligible to return on October 20 when the Cardinals visit the New York Giants.


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