DeAndre Hopkins Posts Cryptic Tweet About Pay Hike

Former All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins remains a arizona cardinal. There have been rumors of a possible trade involving Hopkins all offseason, and no movement yet. On Sunday afternoon, D-Hop pulled off a move that became infamous among the professional athlete community where someone posts a tweet, then deletes it minutes later as if it never happened.

Hopkins tweeted this out, saying he’s not looking for a raise. And, of course, he’s already been removed from his Twitter page, but the message is out. We have seen it now. METERany Internet detective was on it, immediately taking screenshots. The message is an interesting one, as trade rumors about Hopkins have been doing the rounds for a while. Could this be his way of further confirming that he wants out of Arizona?

The other aspect is how this form of cryptic messaging from professional athletes has become the norm on social media. They then delete these cryptic messages many times for some strange reason. This isn’t even a controversial or scandalous tweet. The Cardinals’ front office may not like it, but then again, Hopkins has reportedly been in his arizona exit during the last two months. At least, that’s been the talk in NFL circles.

Not too long ago, Hopkins was seen in a video on social media alongside the former Dallas Cowboys catcher Dez Bryant talking about how he had I heard people in Big D saying his name. That move to Dallas hasn’t happened for Hopkins and probably won’t, after the Cowboys trade for Brandin Cooks. There are already enough mouths to feed in Dallas, and bringing

Hopkins would not be a sign of confidence in Ceedee Lamb, his current number one target.

Ultimately, it’s up to the Cardinals if they’re really interested in trading Hopkins, since he doesn’t have much say in the decision. D-Hop can hint all he wants, but as usual, it’s all going to come down to what Arizona can get for his services. But all the Twitter posts and deleting them soon after is silly. It’s the internet. Once published, it’s there regardless of deletion on one’s page. And people online are so fast now that even if they’re active for 30 seconds, someone will have captured the post and saved it already.

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