VIDEO: Cardinals' Patrick Peterson appears on 'Celebrity Family Feud'

Posted at 9:19 PM, Jul 09, 2017

When his career is over, Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is likely to become a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

But on Sunday, Peterson became a member of a more exclusive club: Cardinals players to appear on ABC's "Celebrity Family Feud," as the six-time Pro Bowler teamed up with other current NFL stars to compete against Hall of Famers on Sunday's show.

Peterson's team came up short, but he did help his team win a round when he gave the second-most popular answer (the bathroom) to the question: Name a good place to go when you want a good cry. However, Peterson's second answer to that question (a restaurant) led to some mockery from host Steve Harvey.

Peterson joined teammates Tyrann Mathieu and David Johnson, as well as former Cardinal Calais Campbell, to appear on "Celebrity Family Feud" since 2015.