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    Cardinals cut DeAndre Hopkins

    Shocker, but he's entering that age group (he'll be 31 on June 6th) where production drops way off ... but they are forced to eat just over $21 million in dead cap space.


    He's a UFA now, any interests? I would say yes if we didn't already sign Robinson. I'm sure he'll end up in KC.

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    Re: Cardinals cut DeAndre Hopkins

    KC or maybe the ravens?

    The bills could be a option too

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    Re: Cardinals cut DeAndre Hopkins

    Would like to see him go to Dallas or an NFC team. Just not in the AFC but it will probably be KC or Buffalo if I was betting…

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    Re: Cardinals cut DeAndre Hopkins

    He gave a list of QBs he wanted to play with when he asked for a trade. Watson was not on it. Interesting.

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    Re: Cardinals cut DeAndre Hopkins

    No idea where Hopkins ends up. But I don’t think he fits with the Steelers.

    They’re cap committed to Diontae for another year or so as their X.

    Pickens is the Y with room to develop into the X when they don’t want to pay Johnson any longer.

    For now, ARob is your slot and vet mentor. With CA3 being groomed to take over your slot role.

    Plus with Heyward and the TEs, how much 3+ WR groups will they want to play? Of course, game flow my force them out of “bigger” packages but they seem to WANT to take a WR of the field for a TE type.

    So, while Hopkins can still be a really good WR, what would be his role? He doesn’t have a clear path that doesn’t “block” either player development or “style” of offense.

    He should ring chase with a WR needy AFC team such as those already mentioned.

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