Arizona Cardinals broad-minded successor DeAndre Hopkins was fined more than $ 28,000 for his conduct during Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the 17th game.
Hopkins was seen giving a middle finger to an employee after a game. The cameras captured the moment in the third quarter, while the team fell by 8 points.
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The NFL Network reported Saturday that Hopkins was fined $ 28,075 for “unsportsmanlike conduct.” He was signaled to “scream” at officials during the game.
Arizona has just missed the playoffs after season 8-8. The Cardinals had to defeat the Aries in their match to do so, but they appeared briefly.
The Cardinals acquired Hopkins this season from Houston, Texas in a shocking deal. The acquisition gave quarterback Kyler Murray another goal to throw at freshman coach Cliff Kingsbury, who is trying to collect.
Hopkins was selected for the Pro Bowl, although the NFL did not have a live game this season due to the coronavirus pandemic. He tied his career high on receptions with 115. He also had 1,407 receiving yards and six touchdown catches this season.
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The eight-year-old professional will definitely be a big part of the offense going forward.