DeAndre Hopkins seeks team and now ‘sells himself’ on Twitter: ‘I will make your job easy’

2023-06-21 09:34:03

DeAndre Hopkins clearly thinks that he can be of use to any team in the NFL and he has even taken to social media to try and sell himself to potential clubs.

Hopkins is a wide receiver and he is still in search of his next team and city. He has proclaimed that he will make life very easy for the fellow wide receivers at whichever club he ends up at.

“Whoever’s in my future wide receiver group. I promise I will make your job easy,” Hopkins tweeted.

Hopkins remains quiet after Cardinals release

Hopkins was released by the Arizona Cardinals last month which means that he is now a free agent. He can sign with any team as soon as an agreement is found, but he is yet to find one. He has visited the facilities of the Tennessee Titans and the New England Patriots but neither of those meetings have resulted in a deal for a new club.

Hopkins is now 31 years old and apart from the occasional tweet, he has remained very coy about what his future holds. He tweeted three monkey emojis at the end of May which many interpreted to mean ‘hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil.’

His only other tweet this offseason was a thank you to the Cardinalssaying, “Thank you AZ ALWAYS LOVE!” along with four photos of his time in Arizona.

Hopkins‘ 2022 with the Cardinals came to an end with 64 receptions for 717 yards and three touchdowns in nine games. He also led the team when it comes to receiving yards, and was also tied for second in receiving touchdowns with Zach Ertz.

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