"I don't got a chip on my shoulder," Peters said Thursday, per ESPN. "How did it end? I got traded, and I'm liking the situation I'm in right now. I just keep moving forward. I don't need other stuff like that. I understand the business of football."
Peters, who is in the final year of his rookie deal, is thriving as a member of the Ravens' retooled defense. In four games in Baltimore, the cornerback has recorded four passes defensed and two pick-sixes, helping propel the Ravens to a 4-0 mark. In 22 games with the Rams, Peters snagged five interceptions and two pick-sixes en route to an appearance in Super Bowl LIII.
"I just focus on us," Peters said. "We have a game to play on Monday night. We're just going to go out and do our business."