It looks like the Arizona Cardinals are considering trading wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins next offseason.
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This is what the digital media “The Score” said on Tuesday.
The star player would be looking for a new contractual agreement and the “Cards” would be reluctant about it. “D-Hop” however has a contract valid until the conclusion of the 2024 season and has yet to get his hands on $34.36 million. His deal also includes a no-trade clause, meaning he would have to agree to a hypothetical future trade.
Hopkins missed the first six games of the 2022 season due to a suspension for an NFL anti-doping policy violation. He also missed the last two games with a knee injury. In nine games, he caught 64 of 96 passes for 717 yards and three touchdowns.
The Cardinals acquired Hopkins from the Houston Texans in March 2020. In three seasons with the Arizona team, he played in 35 of his 50 games.
The organization is in the midst of restructuring, which showed head coach Kliff Kingsbury the way out last Monday. General manager Steve Keim has resigned.
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