Whenever DeAndre Hopkins has the opportunity to rip his former team, he takes it.
The Arizona Cardinals superstar wideout hauled in 115 catches for 1,407 receiving yards and six touchdowns in 2020. He became the youngest wide receiver in NFL history to reach the 10,000-yard receiving milestone, and he was named to his fifth Pro Bowl and the second-team All-Pro squad.
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The Cardinals’ Twitter account sent out a tweet highlighting the fantastic season Hopkins put together, and of course, he took the time out to bash his former team, the Houston Texans, who gave him up for a second-round draft pick.
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“An they said I’m only worth a 2nd rounder 😂😂😂,” Hopkins wrote in response to the tweet.
The Texans, who also received veteran running back David Johnson in the trade, used that second-round pick in last year’s draft on TCU defensive tackle Ross Blacklock, who was graded 30.2 out of 100 by Pro Football Focus for his rookie season. Houston will also get the 113th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
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Arizona, on the other hand, finished the 2020 NFL season with an 8-8 record and just missed out on a playoff berth after a third-place finish in the loaded NFC West. Not only did Hopkins post incredible numbers during his first season with quarterback Kyler Murray, but the duo connected for a game-winning “Hail Mary” in their matchup against the Buffalo Bills, which proved to be one of the most memorable moments of the year.