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DeAndre Hopkins Throws Shade at Browns Following ‘D-Hop’ Reference

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Tennessee Titans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins appears relieved for not joining the Cleveland Browns, as indicated by the Browns’ social media post introducing kicker Dustin Hopkins as “Mr. D-Hop.” Responding with a GIF of dodging bullets, Hopkins’ reaction suggests a sense of relief.

During the previous offseason, Hopkins was linked to the Browns, with quarterback Deshaun Watson advocating for his signing. However, Hopkins opted for the Titans on a two-year, $26 million deal. The Titans’ passing game ranked low in the league, but Hopkins still exceeded 1,000 yards.

There is speculation about Hopkins’ potential departure from the Titans, with coaching changes in Tennessee. If he becomes a free agent, the Browns, with a No. 1 receiver in Amari Cooper, might consider adding Hopkins, given his history with Watson and affordable market value.

Browns General Manager Andrew Berry acknowledged the potential to enhance the wide receiver corps, but it’s not deemed the top priority. The Browns aim to build a formidable offensive arsenal to support quarterback Deshaun Watson.

In an intriguing twist, the possibility of having two “D-Hops” in Cleveland next season remains uncertain but adds an interesting dimension to the Browns’ offseason plans.



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