Future of Titans' DeAndre Hopkins is Pretty Simple

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans move into 2024 with one reliable receiver in DeAndre Hopkins.

He didn’t have the suitors many expected when the Cardinals released him on May 26, 2023, and he ultimately accepted a two-year $26 million contract with Tennessee.

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DeAndre Hopkins/ Angie Flatt

Now at least a few of you are wondering about that second year, which comes with a base salary of $8.27 million and a cap number of $18.313 million. Hopkins gets a roster bonus of $4.46 million on March 18 which serves to lock it in.

I’ve heard two primary questions about Hopkins.

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