deandre hopkins mug 2022

DeAndre Hopkins

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#10

Experience: 9 years

Height: 6-1

Age: 30

Weight: 212 lbs

College: Clemson

2022 SEASON

  • REC
    49
  • YDS
    574
  • AVG
    11.71
  • TDS
    3
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Career Stats

WRTE Career

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2013Houston Texans16165280215.466211
2014Houston Texans161676121015.976621
2015Houston Texans1616111152113.7611110
2016Houston Texans16167895412.2514
2017Houston Texans151596137814.4721311
2018Houston Texans1616115157213.749111-7-7-7022
2019Houston Texans1515104116511.24372189120
2020Arizona Cardinals1616115140712.26061111032
2021Arizona Cardinals10104257213.6558
2022Arizona Cardinals664957411.733310
TOTAL1421428381115513.476714123120117

Biography

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  • Five-time Pro Bowl (2015; 2017-20) and four-time All-Pro selection. Named 1st-team All-Pro in three straight seasons (2017-19) and 2nd-team All-Pro in 2020 in his first season with Arizona.
  • Has surpassed 100 receptions four times in his career, has six seasons of 1,000+ receiving yards, three seasons with 10+ TDs and has posted 100+ receiving yards in a game 37 times in the regular season.
  • One of four players in NFL history (Torry Holt, Marvin Harrison, Antonio Brown) to record 750+ receptions, 10,500+ receiving yards and 65+ TDs in his first nine seasons.
  • Since entering the NFL in 2013, ranks first in receptions (789), second in receiving yards (10,581) and fourth in TD receptions (68).
  • Dating back to 2017, his 6,094 receiving yards and 325 receiving 1st downs rank third in the NFL. In that same span, he ranks third with 711 total targets, fourth with 472 receptions and fourth with 45 TD receptions.
  • Has finished a season ranked in the NFL's top-3 in receptions four times (2020, 2019, 2018, 2015) and receiving yards three times (2020, 2018, 2015).
  • Has at least one reception in all 136 career games played during the regular season. That represented the longest active streak among NFL players at the end of the 2021 season. In the Super Bowl era, only Marvin Harrison (190), Keyshawn Johnson (167) and Marshall Faulk (158) had longer streaks to open their career than Hopkins' active streak of 136 games.
  • His 789 career receptions are the most in NFL history by a player prior to his 30th birthday (turned 30 on June 6, 2022). That also represents the fifth-best total in NFL history in a player's first nine seasons behind only Marvin Harrison (845), Antonio Brown (837), Torry Holt (797) and Julio Jones (797).
  • Has three game-winning TD receptions in two seasons with Arizona (2020-21), including a 43-yard "Hail Murray" game-winner vs. Buffalo in Week 10 of 2020 that won the 2021 ESPY for "Best Play."
  • Named a Cardinals team captain for the first time in 2021. Despite only playing in 10 contests, led the offense with eight receiving TDs on 42 receptions for 572 yards.
  • Including postseason, missed four times as many games in 2021 (8) as he had in his entire career entering the season (2).
  • Tied for second in the NFL in receptions (115) and 100-yard games (seven) while ranking third in receiving yards (1,407) during his first season with the Cardinals in 2020. His 115 receptions set a new franchise single-season record.
  • In the 2020 finale against the Rams, surpassed 10,000 career receiving yards. At 28 years, 211 days old he became the youngest player in NFL history to reach 10,000 career receiving yards.
  • In his Cardinals debut (Week 1 @ SF in '20), established a franchise record for the most receptions in a season-opener with a career-high 14 catches for 151 yards.
  • Was the only NFL player to have 100+ receptions every season between 2018-20.
  • Has been top-20 on the NFL Network Top 100 Players in four of the last five seasons and earned his highest-ever rating (#8) in 2020.
  • Only active NFL player with at least 100 receptions, 1,500 receiving yards and 11 TD receptions in multiple seasons (2015, '18).
  • In 2019, had 104 receptions for 1,165 yards and seven TDs while being named to the Pro Bowl for the third consecutive year and being named 1st-team All-Pro for the third straight season.

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