It's not every day that a player of DeAndre Hopkins‘ caliber becomes available. But, don't consider the Detroit Lions as one team who would pursue the pass-catcher.

On Thursday, head coach Dan Campbell was asked if the team is interested in D-Hop. He refused to comment and basically said he's happy with the current WR corps.

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Via Pro Football Talk:

“Yeah, I’m not gonna comment on that one,” head coach Dan Campbell said on Thursday when asked about Hopkins in his press conference. “But I like our receivers room. I think we’ve got a good mix of different types of guys. I think it’s important, really, in your skill positions between tight ends, backs, and receivers that you have a mix of different types of skillsets — and I feel like we have that. We’ve got possession, explosive, we’ve got speed. We’ve got consistency, quickness.

“So, I just think we have a lot of guys that can do a lot of different things. So, the more versatility you have, that opens up your packages personnel-wise, matchup-wise.”

The Lions do have Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jameson Williams as their top two targets, although the latter is suspended for the first six games of 2023. St. Brown had a great campaign last year, registering 106 passes for 1,161 yards and six touchdowns. He'll be WR1 this season.

In all fairness though, it wouldn't be an awful idea for Detroit to take a look at Hopkins. I mean, it could only help. They were on the brink of making the playoffs in 2022 and with D-Hop as another threat out wide, perhaps the Lions actually win the NFC North.