Wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals andre hopkins posted a cryptic message on social media Wednesday, all but confirming reports that the organization plans to outrun one of the NFL’s most prolific wide receivers this offseason.
Hopkins, 30, posted a picture of himself dressed in his cardinals uniform with the title “Forever grateful…”
The message follows a recent report from The Score, which says the Cardinals plan to trade Hopkins, who has two years and $34.36 million remaining on his contract, during the offseason.
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After serving a six-game suspension for a PED violation, Hopkins played in nine games this season in which he had 64 receptions for 717 yards and three touchdowns.
He missed the last two games of the season with a knee injury and played just 19 games in the last two seasons in Arizona.
Hopkins, a five-time Pro Bowler and three-time All-Pro, will have a say in any potential landing spot because of his no-trade clause.
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The Cardinals kicked off the offseason this week with a massive makeover that included going from head coach kliff kingsbury and general manager Steve Keim after a surprisingly disappointing 4-13 finish.
“It’s the hardest day in the life of football, and that’s when you have to part with people you respect and appreciate all of their contributions,” Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill said Monday. “I’ve been in this organization my whole life and I don’t know of a coach who has worked harder than Kliff Kingsbury.”
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Bidwill said the search for a new coach and general manager has already begun and he is casting his net “far and wide.”
The Cardinals have reportedly been given permission to speak with former New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton.