Cardinals Receiver Ready To Go For Season Debut In Week 7

The Arizona Cardinals were hit with the devastating news this past week that Hollywood Brown, their No. 1 receiver would be out for a significant amount of time, although the 6-8 week recovery time was much better than they first feared, which was a season ending injury. The team made a move for Robbie Anderson, but have got much more reinforcements on the way, as DeAndre Hopkins is officially ready to go in Week 7 following the six-game suspension handed out to him in the off-season.

The five time All-Pro has been arguably the best receiver in the entire NFL throughout his career, and with Kyler Murray needing weapons, his return couldn't come at a better time, as this offence has a chance to put up plenty of points on a struggling Saints team.

In 26 games over two years with Arizona, Hopkins has caught 157 balls for 1979 yards and 14 Touchdown's, and if the Cardinals are to do anything in the playoffs, they'll need their superstar receiver healthy and good to go. When Brown gets back, this team has a chance to have the best wide receiver group in the NFL, and if Hopkins can be the same player we've seen, this becomes a very, very dangerous team.

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