Arizona Cardinals close in extending DeAndre Hopkins Contract

With the hope of keeping a tight hold on one of their best players to send the suitors away, several clubs will try their best to offer those players new and improved contract extension.

One of these clubs is Arizona Cardinal, who has been reported to be close in agreeing on a new and improved contract extension for their wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, who claims he negotiated the deal.

The 28-year-old wide receiver, who is a four-time Pro Bowl pick and also a third-time pick for the All-Pro first team, will be registering his eighth season in the NFL and also his first with the Cardinals since he was signed back in March in a trade with the Houston Texans and this was predicted on casinous online casino but little attention was paid to it.

According to the report from the contract, we site sporadic, the wide receiver will be set to earn up to $12.5 million in 2020. He still has two more years left on his current contract with the Cardinals, which was slated to expire at the end of the 2022 campaign.

Speaking to ESPN’s Jalen & Jacoby back on May 28, Hopkins said: “I’m with a great team, a great organization that hopefully, I can help win a championship and help the Cardinals get to where they want to get to.

“I had a great time with the Texans, I had a lot of great players that I played with that I’m still friends with to this day and will continue to be after football.

“My time in Houston was great, but it’s football, it’s business, there are no hard feelings for me. I’ve been in much worse situations in life than going to a great organization, so it’s a blessing for myself and for my family. It’s a great opportunity.”

During his time with the Houston Texans, the 28-year-old wide receiver was able to register up to 632 receptions for 8,602 years averaging 13.6, and 54 touchdowns in 110 matches, in which he started all games for the Texans. With 15 games played in 2019, Hopkins was able to catch 104 passes for 1,165 yards averaging 11.2 and seven touchdowns, some best uk real money online casinos are offering some interesting odds for his season with the Cardinals.

The Arizona Cardinals were able to sign Hopkins to their team this offseason after unloading his base salary of $10.2 million in 2020 and trading running back David Johnson to the Texans. Johnson’s base salary of $8 million will be in 2021.

The Cardinals were also reported to have included a 2021 fourth-round pick and their second-round selection.

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Marcelo is an associate editor at The Sports Daily, and has covered the San Diego Chargers for Bleacher Report. He also writes for Sportsdirect Inc.