On DeAndre Hopkins’ trade, Adam “Pacman” Jones has revealed the surprise team that’s still very much interested in DeAndre Hopkins, and according to him, the Baltimore move can happen via TPS;
Adam “Pacman” Jones had a long playing career in the NFL. He’s now apparently entering the world of breaking information.
A regular guest on “The Pat McAfee Show,” Jones said this week that one team will be in play for DeAndre Hopkins.
Despite already signing Odell Beckham Jr., Pacman thinks the Baltimore Ravens will make a move for the Arizona Cardinals wideout.
“Baltimore …” Pacman revealed (assuming this is a “revelation” and not a “bit”. “My sources said that could still happen.”
It was previously reported that quarterback Lamar Jackson requested the team acquire both Beckham and Hopkins before a return to the negotiating table. Beckham’s contract structure hints at the possibility of Baltimore having more plans in place.
Pursuing a lower cap deal for Beckham would be a logical move for Baltimore if they hope to acquire the Arizona Cardinals star.
The Ravens could go from being the most dysfunctional team this offseason to one of the most dangerous teams if they pull off this deal.
Jones was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft, and also played for the Cincinnati Bengals, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Denver Broncos throughout his career.
Jones’ career was marred by a number of off-field incidents, including legal troubles, suspensions, and fines. Despite these challenges, he remained a talented and respected player throughout his career, and was recognized with a number of accolades for his on-the-field achievements.
He would hang up his cleats in 2018 and has since pursued other interests, including professional wrestling and boxing.
The 30-year-old Hopkins played for the Texans from 2013-19, with the team going 54-58 in the regular season and 2-4 in the postseason during that time. Since joining the Cardinals in 2020, Arizona has gone 23-27 in the regular season and 0-1 in the postseason.
A five-time Pro Bowler, three-time First Team All-Pro, and two-time Second Team All-Pro, Hopkins likely hopes to at least play in a conference championship at some point in his career.
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