DeAndre Hopkins seems to have found a new home with training camp just around the corner.
Hopkins has reached an agreement with the Tennessee Titans, according to multiple reports on Sunday. According to A to Z Sports, the deal is expected to become official in the coming days.
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The 31-year-old is expected to join the Titans on a two-year contract worth approximately $26 million, according to NFL Network.
The star wide receiver was among the big names still on the free agent list. The Arizona Cardinals released Hopkins in May after a few years with the club. Indications suggested that he was looking to sign with a Super Bowl contender. The New England Patriots were reportedly among the teams interested in Hopkins.
Hopkins was selected in the first round of the Houston Texans draft in 2013 and played for the team during the 2019 season. He was a four-time Pro Bowler in Houston and was a first-team All-Pro selection in his last three seasons in Houston.
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The Cardinals acquired Hopkins in a blockbuster trade before the start of the 2020 season. He was a Pro Bowler in his first season in Arizona, but injuries and a suspension hampered his last two years.
In nine games last season, Hopkins had 64 receptions for 717 yards and three touchdowns.
The Titans went 7-10 last season and ranked 28th in points scored and 30th in yards gained. It was the first time the team had missed the playoffs since 2018. He joins an offense that has primarily featured Derrick Henry as the primary driver on the offensive side of the ball. Robert Woods was the team’s leading receiver last year with 527 yards in 17 games. Woods joined the Texans in the offseason.
Tennessee will have to choose between Ryan Tannehill, Malik Willis and Will Levis as the starting quarterback.
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The Titans rookies will report to training camp on Saturday, while the rest of the team will report on July 25.