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Tagged: DeAndre Hopkins (83 Results)

Dec
11

Cardinals have new additions to injury report

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS did not participate in Thursday’s practice after popping up on the injury report with a neck/back issue. Running back KENYAN DRAKE was also a surpriseMore addition to the report with an apparent hip issue. Drake was listed as a limited participant, but both he and Hopkins should be monitored in today’s practice session. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: DeAndre Hopkins

DeAndre Hopkins is piling up a ton of catches this year. But Hopkins is at New England this week, and that’s not a team he’s had a lot of success against.  more »

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Oct
12

Cardinals QB Murray throws for career high

Arizona Cardinals quarterback KYLER MURRAY threw for a career-high 380 yards in Sunday’s win against the New York Jets. And because fantasy owners like more than just yards, Murray added bothMore a passing touchdown and a rushing score in the game. Speaking of things fantasy owners like, Cardinals running back KENYAN DRAKE and wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS each scored their first touchdowns of the season. Less

Source: Arizona Republic

Oct
2

Cardinals WR Hopkins misses second consecutive practice

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS missed a second consecutive day of practice on Thursday as the star wideout continues to deal with an ankle injury. Hopkins had been getting Wednesday’sMore off, so fantasy owners were hopeful that he would return to practice as usual on Thursday. Unfortunately, that did not happen and his status for Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers is now in question. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Oct
1

Hopkins skips Wednesday practice, rests ankle

Arizona Cardinals star wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS did not participate in Wednesday’s practice as he reportedly rested an ankle injury. Arizona has given Hopkins Wednesday’s off this season on a non-injuryMore basis so there may be no need for fantasy owners to panic quite yet – this could just be par for the course. To be sure, fantasy owners will want to monitor his status on Thursday. Less

Source: Arizona Sports Radio

Mailbag: September 18, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: DeAndre Hopkins' big debut. How good is Gardner Minshew? Long-term prospects for Bryce Love and AJ Dillon. And should a Herr macht schnell for Benny Snell? more »

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Sep
14

Murray, Hopkins star in Cardinals win

Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY accounted for 321 total yards as he passed and ran his way past the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday’s season opening win. Newcomer DEANDRE HOPKINS seemed right at home, making 14 catches for 151 yards in his Cardinals debut.

Source: Arizona Republic

Sep
11

David Johnson scores first touchdown of 2020 NFL season

Houston Texans running back DAVID JOHNSON scored the first touchdown of the 2020 NFL season, looking like his former All-Pro self to start the game. Johnson, of course, came to HoustonMore in a much-maligned blockbuster trade that sent All-Pro wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS to Arizona. Johnson would finish the game with over 100 total yards and the touchdown. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Sep
10

Texans WR Cooks questionable for season opener

Houston Texans wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s kickoff game against Kansas City due to a quadriceps injury. Cooks was a limited participant in practice onMore Monday and did not participate on Tuesday before returning in a limited capacity on Wednesday. With DEANDRE HOPKINS no longer in town, Cooks is expected to have a significant role for the Texans this season. Less

Source: NFL.com

Sep
9

Hopkins signs two-year extension with Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS signed a two-year extension worth $54 million on Tuesday. The deal keeps Hopkins in Arizona for five years, through the 2024 season. The Cardinals landed Hopkins in a blockbuster trade with the Houston Texans back in March.

Source: ESPN.com

Aug
31

Arizona WR Hopkins practices, RB Drake out of boot

After head coach Kliff Kingsbury said last week that wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS and running back KENYAN DRAKE would not practice again until they were 100 percent healthy, both players seemMore to be trending in that direction. Hopkins returned to practice on Friday, while Drake has shed his walking boot and was seen doing some running on the side. Less

Source: Team Blog

Aug
28

Cardinals being cautious with WR Hopkins, RB Drake

Arizona wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS is dealing with hamstring “tightness” while running back KENYAN DRAKE is in a walking boot due to “soreness” in his foot. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury saidMore this week that neither player will get back onto the field until they are 100 percent healthy. The cautious approach with Hopkins and Drake could mean that fantasy owners do not see them again until the start of the regular season. Less

Source: Team Blog

Aug
25

Cardinals QB Murray envisions three 1,000-yard receivers in 2020

Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY said recently he thinks it is possible that the Cardinals can have three 1,000-yard receivers in 2020. Murray, of course, is talking about wideouts DEANDRE HOPKINS, LARRYMore FITZGERALD, and CHRISTIAN KIRK. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury agreed with Murray’s assessment. The feat has been accomplished before, most recently by Arizona (Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, and Steve Breaston) back in 2008. Fantasy owners take note. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Aug
20

Cardinals WR Hopkins returns to practice

Arizona wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS returned to practice on Wednesday after missing the previous two days due to a hamstring injury. There was some speculation that Hopkins’ absence was related to his past desire for a new contract, but he confirmed that was not the case.

Source: NBC Sports

Aug
18

Hopkins hurts hammy, expected back soon

Arizona wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS is dealing with a hamstring injury that kept him out of practice for a second straight day on Monday. The Cardinals do not seem overly concernedMore about the injury. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said that Hopkins is “getting better each day” and is expected back on the field with the rest of the team soon. Less

Source: NBC Sports

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