Superstar receiver DeAndre Hopkins is not happy with the newest COVID rules put in place by the NFL
The NFL dropped a bombshell on unvaccinated NFL players today, announcing they’ll be subject to mask-wearing, travel restrictions, and most importantly, teams will have to forfeit games if they’re forced to cancel due to positive tests.
DeAndre Hopkins took to social media to reveal that he was contemplating walking away from the NFL due to the new rules. He’s since deleted his post.
“Never thought I’d say this, But being put in a position to hurt my team because I don’t want to partake in the vaccine is making me question my future in the @nfl”
DeAndre Hopkins chimes in on the NFL’s COVID ruling 🤔🤔🤔 pic.twitter.com/m4ksVfTzMy
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DeAndre Hopkins is obviously an integral part of the Cardinals’ plans to take the next step towards being a contender. Hopkins and Kyler Murray have built a strong rapport, and it appears that the sky is the limit for the Cardinals offense.
Hopkins isn’t alone, either. Bills receiver Cole Beasley has been extremely vocal about his unwillingness to take the COVID vaccine, and has constantly lashed out against the protocols put in place by the NFL against the unvaccinated players.
It’ll be interesting to see how many players around the league joining DeAndre Hopkins and Cole Beasley in condemning the NFL for singling out the unvaccinated guys.