What rumblings about DeAndre Hopkins could mean for a possible Texans reunion

Former Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins has been the subject of a lot of trade rumors in recent weeks, and now many are predicting that D-Hop will be released as the Cardinals are struggling to find a trade partner.

Hopkins' cap number is around 30 million dollars this season, and that seems to be the main factor holding up any potential trades. If Hopkins is released by Arizona, should the Texans be looking for a reunion with the former All-Pro receiver?

He would certainly be the clear-cut No. 1 weapon for the Texans, and if Houston drafts a QB in the first round, having Hopkins as a security blanket would come in handy for a developing young quarterback.

But would Hopkins want to return to Houston? Many asked that same question about DeMeco Ryans before he accepted the position as head coach this offseason. With Bill O'Brien and Jack Easterby out of the organization, maybe Hopkins would view the team in a more favorable light.

Be sure to check out the video above as we discuss the possibility of Hopkins returning to Houston, and weigh in on rumors of D-Hop looking to join Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

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The Astros have been staying afloat in spite of injuries to several of their starting pitchers, in large part due to contributions from Brandon Bielak and JP France.

Does this mean they don't need to make a trade for an arm?

Make sure to watch the video above as Paul weighs in on the team's options at the trade deadline.

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