DeAndre Hopkins: a Francisco 49ers cornerback Charvarius Ward chose to attack Arizona Cardinals wide collector DeAndre Hopkins after their game in Mexico City this previous week. Hopkins wasn’t having it.
Following the game, Ward alluded to Hopkins as “steroid kid” – concerning Hopkins’ six-game suspension for abusing the association’s strategy against execution improving medications. In any case, on the off chance that the remark irritates Hopkins by any stretch of the imagination, he’s working really hard of concealing it.
Addressing the media this week, Hopkins expressed that while the going after assertion was “extremely private,” he’s crediting it to “funny” rubbish talk from a youthful player. He said he tracked down the remark entertaining.
“Clearly that was extremely private,” Hopkins said, through Darren Metropolitan of the group’s true site. “At the point when a youthful person like that expresses something to that effect . . . it’s a great deal of talk. To me it’s ridiculous. It’s entertaining.”
DeAndre Hopkins has been compensating for some recent setbacks since getting back from his suspension last month. In only five games he has 45 gatherings for 487 yards and two scores – the second-most elevated getting yards per game characteristic of his vocation.
Hopkins is still on pace for more than 1,000 yards this season in spite of having missed six games as of now.
Regardless of whether you like him, he’s as yet quite possibly of the best beneficiary in the game.