The NFL is keeping close tabs on DeAndre Hopkins.
The former Houston Texans star is now a free agent after being released by the Arizona Cardinals, and there’s no shortage of potential suitors lining up to make a run at him.
That’s why Skip Bayless made a case for his beloved Dallas Cowboys to try and sign him, citing that Jerry Jones knows the team’s Super Bowl window might be closing and that he needs to make some moves.
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Bayless pointed out the fact that just a couple of weeks ago, Hopkins was tied to a move to the Cowboys, adding that the team should do what they need to give their ‘pretty good, not great’ quarterback a chance to win football games.
Skip also said that the Cowboys currently have more cap space than the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs, so they could make Hopkins a more compelling offer to lure him to America’s Team.
Notably, the Cowboys already have a more-than-decent wideout corps with CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup, and Brandin Cooks.
Still, none of them — not even Lamb — are better than Hopkins, so he would obviously be a major upgrade for their WR room, even at this point in time and after all the injuries.
Then again, the Cowboys might not be the most appealing destination for Hopkins, money aside.
He’d get a much more realistic chance to win a ring in Buffalo or Kansas City, not to mention the fact that he’d play for a top-tier quarterback on both of those teams.NEXT: Lions Offensive Lineman Pondered Retirement Last Season