The Cardinals don’t want to move their star cornerback. They especially don’t want to give up an eight-time Pro Bowl player in his prime for some “maybes” as general manager Steve Keim put it. Patrick Peterson, who has been with Arizona since the team selected him fifth overall in the 2011 draft, has reportedly garnered interest from multiple NFL teams while he was serving a six-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs. But Keim said Friday that’s not happening.”We are not trading Patrick Peterson,” he said during his weekly appearance on “Doug & Wolf” on Arizona Sports 98.7-FM. “Our stance has simply been, ‘Why trade a player in his prime at one of the hardest positions to find for a maybe or a couple of maybes?’ Love what Pat brings to the locker room, love what he brings to the field.”Those positions are impossible to find — left tackles, quarterbacks, corners. There’s no doubt, in my opinion, he is the best in the National Football League and will remain a Cardinal.” While the organization has remained firm on not trading Peterson, the Cardinals have until the Oct. 29 trade deadline to make a decision.For now, Peterson’s return should boost their struggling secondary after the team relied heavily on Tramaine Brock and rookie Byron Murphy in his absence.The Cardinals (2-3-1) will visit the Giants (2-4) in Week 7. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET.