The NFL offseason has been a whirlwind of moves.
We have seen a few star players change teams and there is still one receiver looking for a new team.
That is former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
The former All-Pro was released by the Cardinals earlier in the week and is now free to sign anywhere.
One team that appears to be a popular landing spot for Hopkins is the New England Patriots.
According to Dov Kleiman, via Dianna Russini, the Patriots are interested in Hopkins.
Russini adds that the #Bills are not "All In" on him, but they've had conversations about it and watching how it goes.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) June 1, 2023
Hopkins will want to sign with a team that has a chance to win a Super Bowl.
Yet it seems like the Patriots do not fit the bill.
They missed the playoffs last season and their division got substantially tougher in the offseason.
One spot the Patriots need help is with pass catchers.
They have no explosive weapons on the outside and Hopkins could change that.
New England is still trying to find out if Mac Jones is their quarterback of the future.
So giving him as many elite pass catchers as possible should help Jones have a career year.
This time of the year is hard for free agents to find teams.
Most teams feel confident with their rosters and have just filled plenty of their needs in the NFL Draft.
But, players like Hopkins are never available in free agency and win-now teams should be all over him.
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