Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) is officially active on Sunday to face the Chicago Bears in Week 13. Hopkins will finally return to game action after aggravating his hamstring injury back in Week 8. However, due to the long layoff, there's a chance that the 29-year-old pass-catcher has his snaps limited, especially in rainy conditions in Chicago. While Hopkins has been quarterback Kyler Murray's No. 1 target when healthy (35 catches, 486 yards and seven touchdowns), fantasy managers should consider Nuk more of a volatile WR2 in his return against the Bears. Hopkins' presence in the lineup will mean fewer targets for A.J. Green, Christian Kirk and rookie Rondale Moore.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) is likely to play in Week 13 but could be used sparingly due to his injury and concerns about the weather conditions, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. It's hard to tell exactly what type of role Hopkins will have, but the lack of clarity certainly drops him into the mid-to-low WR2 territory. Through eight games this season, the Pro Bowler caught 35 passes for 486 yards and seven touchdowns.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) will be a game-day decision for the Week 13 game against the Chicago Bears, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Hopkins is expected to return for the first time since he aggravated his hamstring in Week 8, but the Cardinals are being overly cautious with their No. 1 receiver. The 29-year-old is typically a no-brainer must-start in fantasy when he's active, but Nuk will be a more volatile WR2 if he's active on Sunday because of the chance that the Cards limit his snaps after his long injury layoff. Hopkins scored double-digit fantasy points in PPR leagues in all but three of his first eight games, so he's clearly been quarterback Kyler Murray's favorite target when healthy. His return would cut into targets for Christian Kirk, A.J. Green and rookie Rondale Moore.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) are both expected to make their returns in Week 13 against the Chicago Bears this Sunday, barring any setbacks, according to sources. Murray and Hopkins both have not played since they suffered injuries in Week 8, so there could be a rust factor involved this weekend for both of them due to the long layoff. Both players are practicing this week, and while they could be listed as questionable on the final injury report, they both should be back. Murray and Hopkins should both be returned to starting fantasy lineups, although the Bears defense has been decent against the pass this year, allowing just 215.8 passing yards per game (eight-fewest in the league).
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday for the first time since Oct. 22. The weather forecast on Sunday in Chicago calls for 45 degrees and possible rain, but head coach Kliff Kingsbury said that weather wouldn't be a factor in whether Hopkins returns to action. "We've just got to be smart with how we use him if he's able to go," Kingsbury said. "Maximize him the best we can and make sure we don't wear him out." Nuk hasn't played since Week 8, so it's understandable to be worried that Arizona might ease him back into the offense if he's active in Week 13. What we do know is that Hopkins' return will be bad news for receivers A.J. Green, Christian Kirk and rookie Rondale Moore.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) were both back at practice on Wednesday for the first time in over a month. While it's just Wednesday, this is a great step towards both superstars being active on Sunday against the Bears. With Chase Edmonds (ankle) still out and the Cardinals not wanting to overwork James Conner, it's possible that Arizona will turn to the pass more often against a fine but not great Bears defense. If both players are active on Sunday, they absolutely need to be in fantasy lineups and Hopkins could be a great DFS value.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury remains hopeful that quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) will play in Week 13 against the Chicago Bears, but he won't fully commit to it until he sees them practice this week. Both Murray and Hopkins haven't played since they were injured in Week 8. Murray has been closer to returning and has been a game-time decision for the team's last two games. With each player having the bye in Week 12 to rest up, they have a much better shot at returning to action this weekend. Rust could be a factor due to their long layoffs, but fantasy managers were starting both Murray and Hopkins each and every week with no questions asked when they were fully healthy. Keep a close eye on their practice participation this week.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 11 against the Seattle Seahawks, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury. It will be the third straight game that Hopkins has missed after aggravating his hamstring injury in Week 8. Fantasy managers will need to leave him on their benches for at least another week. With the team's bye coming in Week 12, hopefully Nuk can recover and return healthy in Week 13. Christian Kirk has been the team's best receiver with Hopkins sidelined, and he should be in play as at least a solid WR3/flex, especially if quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) returns on Sunday. A.J. Green and rookie Rondale Moore should fill out three-receiver sets alongside Kirk.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) remains out of practice on Thursday for the second straight day this week. Hopkins hasn't practiced or played since aggravating his hamstring injury in Week 8, and he doesn't seem likely to suit up again this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks. In eight games played this year, Hopkins has 35 catches for 486 yards and seven touchdowns and has been quarterback Kyler Murray's favorite option when healthy. But fantasy managers should once again be preparing to be without him in Week 11. Last week in the loss to the Carolina Panthers, A.J. Green, Christian Kirk and rookie Rondale Moore served as the team's top three receivers. With Murray on track to return from a sprained ankle this weekend, Arizona's receivers will have higher fantasy ceilings.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) was still absent at practice on Wednesday in the portion open to the media. Hopkins has not played in the last two games since aggravating his hamstring in Week 8. Until he's able to get back on the practice field, fantasy managers should prepare as though he'll miss another game this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks. With Hopkins out in the Week 10 loss to the Carolina Panthers, Christian Kirk, A.J. Green and rookie Rondale Moore worked in three-wide sets, with Kirk having the best day with seven catches on eight targets for 58 yards. It will be hard to trust any Arizona wideout in Week 11 against the Seahawks unless quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) ends his two-game absence.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) won't suit up for Sunday's matchup against Carolina, per Fox NFL Analyst Jay Glazer. Hopkins will join Kyler Murray, with both men now set to miss their second consecutive outing. As a result, Colt McCoy will be back under center and rely on James Conner, A.J. Green, and Christian Kirk versus the Panthers in Week 10.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) is not expected to play against the Panthers on Sunday, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The star wideout's status will be confirmed during pregame warmups. He has appeared in eight games this season, catching 35 passes for 486 yards and seven touchdowns. With Hopkins, Kyler Murray (ankle), and Chase Edmonds (ankle) all expected to be inactive, Arizona's offense will be led by Colt McCoy, James Conner, Rondale Moore (neck), Christian Kirk, A.J. Green, and Zach Ertz.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) will be a game-time decision for the second straight week in Week 10 against the Carolina Panthers. Hopkins hasn't practiced or played since aggravating his hamstring injury in Week 8, though, so we aren't particularly confident that he'll play this weekend after missing practice all week. And if he is active, he's likely to be limited or even serve as a decoy altogether. Fantasy managers must have a backup plan in place in case he's inactive for the second straight game. A.J. Green is set to return from the COVID-19 list, and Christian Kirk should also remain heavily involved if Hopkins misses another game. With rookie Rondale Moore (concussion) up in the air, Andy Isabella could have a bigger role as well.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) missed yet another day of practice on Friday. Hopkins hasn't practiced or played since aggravating his hamstring injury in Week 8, and he's trending in the wrong direction for Week 10 against the Carolina Panthers. There's still a chance that he will be a game-time decision for this weekend, but fantasy managers should've already been making backup plans after he missed the Week 9 win over the San Francisco 49ers. A.J. Green was removed from the COVID-19 list earlier this week, so he, Christian Kirk and Andy Isabella could make up three-receiver sets against Carolina if Hopkins is inactive. Rookie Rondale Moore (concussion) is also a question mark.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) was not spotted by local reporters on Thursday in the portion of practice open to the media. It would be Hopkins' second straight missed practice this week and he was inactive in the Week 9 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Hopkins aggravated his hamstring injury in Week 8 and barely was on the field in the second half. Unless he returns to the practice field on Friday, Nuk will be on track for his second straight missed game, so fantasy managers need to plan accordingly. With rookie Rondale Moore also hurt, the Cardinals could be down to A.J. Green, Christian Kirk and Andy Isabella in three-wide sets. Quarterback Colt McCoy could get another start under center, too, with Kyler Murray (ankle) fighting his way back from an ankle sprain.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday after he missed the Week 9 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Hopkins aggravated his hamstring injury in Week 8 and could be looking at missing another contest this weekend against the Carolina Panthers. If he's able to get back to practice later this week, he'll have a much better chance of playing, although the Cardinals could be without quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) for the second straight week as well. Arizona's receiving corps remains in flux with rookie Rondale Moore sitting out with an injury on Wednesday and A.J. Green still on the COVID-19 list. If Hopkins returns and Murray doesn't play, he'll be more of a low-end WR2 against Carolina.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) has been described as "day-to-day" by head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Hopkins sat out the Week 9 matchup with the San Francisco 49ers, so it seems he is on his way to return to action in Week 10 against the Carolina Panthers. The 29-year-old has not seen his usual target share this season, but his efficiency and ability to score touchdowns have made him a WR1 option even with limited volume. If he returns to action this week, he will likely be shadowed by Stephon Gilmore but will remain a must-start option in fantasy. His outlook would be less promising if Kyler Murray (ankle) misses his second consecutive game, but Colt McCoy was solid in place of Arizona's star quarterback.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) are both out for Sunday's meeting with the 49ers. Colt McCoy will start at quarterback, but hopefully Murray's fantasy managers planned ahead, because McCoy against the 49ers defense isn't someone you want in your starting lineup. As for the receiver position, A.J. Green is also out because he's on the COVID list, leaving Christian Kirk and Rondale Moore as the top wideouts. The projected volume for both makes them flex plays in fantasy, while tight end Zach Ertz will likely play an expanded role as well.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) isn't expected to suit up against the 49ers on Sunday. The veteran hasn't practiced as he continues to be bothered by a strained hamstring. Still, he will go through pre-game warmups before an official update, although the team isn't optimistic he will play. With Kyler Murray (ankle) also not expected to see the field, Colt McCoy will likely take over under center, with Rondale Moore, Zach Ertz, and Christian Kirk expected to see an uptick in targets.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) remains a true game-time decision against the 49ers this week, but the team "doesn't sound as optimistic" that he'll play, according to Adam Schefter. We'll have official word on his status around 2:55 p.m. Eastern. If he doesn't play, Arizona would rely on Christian Kirk, Rondale Moore, Chase Edmonds, and Zach Ertz as its top pass-catchers. However, Kyler Murray's (ankle) status is also up in the air, so it's possible that the Cardinals go run-heavy if they don't have their alpha receiver or MVP-candidate quarterback.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) missed practice all week and is listed as questionable for the Week 9 game against the San Francisco 49ers. Hopkins is expected to be a game-time decision, along with quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle). Nuk was questionable entering last Thursday's game against the Green Bay Packers as well. He played, but he aggravated his hamstring and finished with only two catches for 66 yards on two targets while playing 25.4% of the offensive snaps. Hopkins will be more of a risky WR2 if he ends up playing and could be at risk of a further setback. If the All-Pro wideout doesn't play, Christian Kirk and rookie Rondale Moore could both be in for nice performances with A.J. Green currently on the COVID-19 list.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) was not spotted at the period of practice open to the media again on Thursday. It will go down as a second straight missed practice for Hopkins if he doesn't get on the field for team drills. Nuk was questionable heading into last Thursday's game against the Green Bay Packers, but he played and aggravated his hamstring, spending much of the game on the sidelines. His fantasy managers were lucky he even finished with two catches for 66 yards. The 29-year-old is looking truly questionable for Week 9 against the San Francisco 49ers, so fantasy managers need to have backup plans in place in case he doesn't suit up.Christian Kirk and rookie Rondale Moore would be in line for more work if Hopkins is unable to go this weekend, especially since A.J. Green is on the COVID-19 list.
Arizona Cardinals wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) and A.J. Green were not seen on the practice field on Wednesday in the portion open to the media. Hopkins played through his hamstring ailment in last Thursday's loss to the Green Bay Packers, but he aggravated the injury and played only 15 snaps. The 29-year-old could be very questionable for a Week 9 tilt with the division-rival San Francisco 49ers. It's possible that Green is just receiving a veteran's day of rest early in the week. If Nuk is unable to play this weekend, it would give Green, Christian Kirk and rookie Rondale Moore extra targets in the passing game. Something else to watch: Quarterback Kyler Murray's (ankle) status after he tweaked his ankle late in the Week 8 loss.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) missed over a quarter of Thursday's game against the Packers with a hamstring injury, but has returned to the game in the third quarter. Hopkins had one catch in the first half before exiting. The Cardinals struggled to move the ball without Hopkins, proving how important the star wideout is to this offense.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Green Bay Packers. The star wideout has one catch for 55 yards in the game so far. If he's unable to return, expect to see more of Rondale Moore, A.J. Green, and Christian Kirk, though none have the upside that Hopkins has as a downfield threat for quarterback Kyler Murray.
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