With the NFL Draft set to begin on Thursday night, where each player will be drafted is not the only speculation.
Some veteran players might be on the move as well.
One name that has been thrown around a bunch is that of Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
He is entering his age-31 season, and the Cardinals are a rebuilding team.
There is no reason for the Cardinals to want to pay Hopkins.
Instead, it makes sense to move him and add a few more draft picks.
According to Adam “Pacman” Jones, Hopkins could end up with the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, or Baltimore Ravens.
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It could be the Chiefs, Bills or the Ravens"@REALPACMAN24 #PMSLive pic.twitter.com/pIy2ITJDMr
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) April 27, 2023
The Ravens just signed their franchise quarterback Lamar Jackson to a mega-deal.
It would make sense for them to put the best possible weapons around him.
Baltimore signed Odell Beckham Jr. a few weeks back, and adding Hopkins would be an all-in move.
The Ravens have been threats in the AFC, but they have not been able to get over the hump.
Adding a player like Hopkins could make all the difference.
The Ravens can now enter the draft without having to worry about who will play quarterback.
They can focus on adding to their already strong roster and finding more ways to complement Jackson.
It seems like a good bet that Hopkins will be on a new team come draft day, but where he ends up will be the question.NEXT: Fans React To Lamar Jackson's Cryptic Tweet