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DeAndre Hopkins’ no-trade clause voided due to PED suspension

Cardinals’ WR DeAndre Hopkins is once again emerging in trade rumors after new information has been revealed regarding his current contract situation.

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Arizona has Hopkins under contract until the end of the 2025 season. In this contract, there was supposed to be a no-trade clause included.

However, due to Hopkins’ six-week suspension for violating the NFL PED rules, this no-trade clause has been voided.

The five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver has spent the last three seasons in Arizona, but due to suspension and injury, he has seen his playing time cut quite a bit.

Over the past two years, Hopkins has only played in 20 games. This is quite the difference considering he only missed two games during the first five seasons of his career.

While on the field, there is no question that Hopkins is one of the best receivers in the league. However, it is still up in the air whether or not the Cardinals want to further commit to the 30-year-old veteran given their current circumstances.

Hopkins has sat down with new general manager Monti Ossenfort, but no further details have been released on the discussions.

Stay tuned for more updates.

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