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DeAndre Hopkins issues warning to NFL teams ahead of 2020 season

DeAndre Hopkins has a big message for the Arizona Cardinals and a warning for the rest of the NFL.

On Twitter, the four-time All-Pro wide receiver expressed his belief that his best is yet to come and the league should take note.

Earlier this year, the Houston Texans shocked the footballing world when they traded Hopkins to the Cardinals for running back David Johnson and a couple of picks.

It was a questionable move for a number of reasons from the Texans’ backroom staff. First, it broke the wonderful partnership between Hopkins and quarterback Deshaun Watson. With Watson, Hopkins managed 1,165 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in 2019.

Second, trading a bonafide star in Hopkins for David Johnson — who has recently struggled for playing time — was questioned by fans and pundits alike. Though Johnson did have a First Team All-Pro recognition with the Cardinals in 2016, it seems his best days are behind him.

DeAndre Hopkins has a plethora of awards in his resume, highlighted by his four Pro-Bowl appearances. However, it is clear he’s still hungry for his first Super Bowl. His fresh start with the Cardinals alongside young quarterback Kyler Murray and veteran star Chandler Jones might just help him evolve his game further and finally reach the top.