DeAndre Hopkins is expected to be playing for another team next season and beyond, but we have not heard about how much it would cost for another team to get him from the Cardinals.
We now know this information, and now the calls should start rolling in.
According to Arizona Football Daily’s Mike Jurecki, the Cardinals have set the price for a Hopkins trade at a second-round pick and a conditional pick or player.
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The six-game PED suspension Hopkins incurred last year voided the no-trade clause in his Cardinals extension. A team that acquires Hopkins may well need to complete another contract.
The 30-year-old has been rumored to be on the move for a bit now. The Cardinals have gone through with a staff overhaul, hiring a new GM and head coach this offseason.
Hopkins ripped off three straight first-team All-Pro seasons in the late 2010s, but the Houston Texans traded him to the Cardinals in March 2020. That deal did not net the Texans a first-round pick.
It would be interesting if the Cardinals managed to fetch a second for Hopkins given the downward trend of the past two seasons. Hopkins suffered multiple injuries that ended his 2021 campaign and, of course, he missed multiple games last year due to a suspension.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.