DeAndre Hopkins, the former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, has found a new home in Tennessee. The Tennessee Titans are expected to sign the five-time Pro Bowler to a two-year contract worth $26 million, with incentives worth up to $32 million.
After being released from the Cardinals, Hopkins wasted no time in exploring his options. Just a month later, he met with the New England Patriots and the Tennessee Titans, weighing his choices for the next chapter of his career. Ultimately, Hopkins will return to the AFC South, where he spent the first seven years of his career with the Houston Texans.
The Titans pursuit of DeAndre Hopkins showcases their commitment to strengthening their receiving corps and providing quarterback Ryan Tannehill with additional offensive weapons. The signing of Hopkins adds new excitement to the Titians passing offense, which already has a solid rushing game led by Derrick Henry.
The arrival of Hopkins in Tennessee will undoubtedly have a ripple effect throughout the AFC South. Although Hopkins hasn’t been able to remain consistent on the field due to injuries and suspensions, with his exceptional hands and ability to make spectacular catches in traffic, he can be a game-changer on the field.
This two-year contract signifies the Titans commitment to Hopkins and their belief in his ability to contribute significantly to the team’s success. As the Titans aim to solidify their position as contenders in the AFC, the addition of talent like Hopkins may provide a boost to their goals.