DeAndre Hopkins hamstring injury
The Cardinals are set to be without DeAndre Hopkins for at least a couple of weeks, as the receiver has been dealing with a hamstring injury. The injury isn’t severe, but it’s still significant, considering Hopkins has missed the last three games. In fact, the Cardinals are 10-3 and are expected to make the playoffs, but Hopkins’ return date is uncertain.
Despite the injury, Hopkins is expected to play in Week 13, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. However, because of the injury, Hopkins will be limited and probably won’t play much in the first half of the game. This is especially true given the weather in Chicago, which will limit Hopkins’ snaps. Regardless of the injury, Hopkins’ overall numbers are both encouraging and concerning.
Deandre Hopkins will miss the remainder of the regular season with a knee injury. The Texans wide receiver was injured in a late-game collision in Week 14 against the Rams. He received a MRI after the game, but it’s unclear whether or not surgery will be necessary.
The NFL is awaiting Deandre Hopkins’ results from the MRI, which he underwent on Tuesday. The team will also seek a second opinion from a medical professional on Wednesday. The injury occurred during Monday night’s game against the Rams. During the game, Hopkins tried to catch a pass between Rams defenders in the end zone. One of the defenders landed on Hopkins’ legs, resulting in a knee sprain.
Deandre Hopkins will have surgery on his knee. The procedure will put him out for six weeks. Depending on his recovery time, he may return in time for the NFC Championship Game. If Hopkins’ recovery time is faster, he could even play in the Super Bowl. However, a return earlier than six weeks seems unlikely for the Cardinals.
NFC Championship Game
The Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins will miss the remainder of the regular season and could be out for at least six weeks, but his injury may allow him to return for the NFC Championship Game or the Super Bowl. A torn MCL in Hopkins’ knee forced him to sit out the Cardinals’ Week 14 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. However, he is expected to return in six weeks or less, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The hamstring injury that Hopkins suffered in Week 8 forced him to sit out the next three games, but he returned to play in Week 13 and 14. A ligament tear in his right wrist also caused Hopkins to miss the start of the season, and he had surgery after the season. Earlier in the season, Hopkins suffered a concussion in a preseason game, but this injury didn’t prevent him from playing. It only limited his time on the field, but he managed to rack up 42 receptions for 572 yards and eight touchdowns.
DeAndre Hopkins suffered an injury to his knee during the Super Bowl on Monday night. He was down for about a quarter during the game after he rolled over on his knee while catching a pass in the end zone. The injury was a setback for Hopkins, who has a strong reputation at wide receiver. He missed three games earlier in the season after suffering a hamstring injury. Although the injury did not cause significant damage, the wide receiver will now miss at least four weeks.
The injury is the latest setback for Hopkins, who has suffered from multiple injuries throughout his career. In addition to the MCL injury he suffered during the Super Bowl, the wide receiver has also suffered from hamstring and knee problems. The injury has resulted in him missing the rest of the regular season, and it’s unknown whether or not he’ll be able to return in time to play in the NFC Championship Game or the Super Bowl.