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Fans React To Jets’ Reported Interest In DeAndre Hopkins

DeAndre Hopkins #10 of the Arizona Cardinals catches a pass and runs for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at State Farm Stadium on November 06, 2022 in Glendale, Arizona.
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The New York Jets may have missed the train with Odell Beckham Jr., but that doesn’t mean they’re done doing business.

According to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer via Dov Kleiman, the Jets could make a run at DeAndre Hopkins.

Hopkins and the Arizona Cardinals have reached a bit of a breaking point, with the team reportedly considering releasing him if they don’t find him a trade partner.

Of course, that prompted plenty of comments on social media.

Per Breer, the Jets could ‘conditionally’ make a run at Hopkins in an attempt to bolster their squad even more before Aaron Rodgers’ arrival.

That conditional tag means the team would need to sort things out with all parties to try and make the numbers work.

The Jets were nowhere near close to meeting OBJ’s price of $15 million, so they might not want to pay that much for Hopkins, either.

Of course, D-Hop isn’t coming off two major knee injuries, and he was still quite efficient and productive last season, so the situation isn’t exactly similar.

Then again, he’s due to make nearly $20 million next season alone, so that could be an issue for the Jets in their pursuit of a star wideout.

There’s also the chance that they just decide to play the waiting game and hope the Cardinals wind up releasing him, so they can work out a deal directly with them instead of giving up assets in a trade.

First and foremost, the Jets will need to acquire Rodgers before even thinking of giving up assets to land any other player, so don’t expect any updates on this matter for the time being.

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