Looks like DeAndre Hopkin’s mind is made up.
Based on recent Twitter activity, it appears that free agent wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is unlikely to join the Buffalo Bills.
Bleacher Report’s B/R Gridiron Instagram page shared a report from ESPN’s Jeff Darlington suggesting that the Bills were interested in adding Hopkins to their roster, but Hopkins expressed little desire to join the team in a comment on the post.
UPDATE: Free Agent All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins does NOT seem interested in joining the Buffalo #Bills after responding to an IG a post about Buffalo being open to sign him if he was willing to “Ring Chase.”
— MLFootball (@_MLFootball) July 11, 2023
The Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots have already met with Hopkins and are considered the frontrunners for his services.
The Kansas City Chiefs, who have salary cap limitations, have also been mentioned as a potential contender for Hopkins.
Hopkins was released by the Arizona Cardinals on May 26, resulting in a significant financial burden for the team.
Despite being limited to nine games last season due to injuries and suspension, Hopkins put up impressive numbers with 64 receptions, 717 receiving yards, and three touchdowns.
Throughout his career, the 31-year-old has accumulated 853 receptions, 11,298 receiving yards, and 71 touchdowns, earning five Pro Bowl selections.