Houston Texans send star receiver DeAndre Hopkins to Cardinals for RB David Johnson

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The Houston Texans rocked the NFL landscape Monday, when they shipped off star receiver DeAndre Hopkins for Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson. The trade also involved the Texans receiving a second-round pick and the Cardinals getting a fourth-round pick.

While the move might seem odd at first glance, but the Texans had their reasons, according to veteran reporter John McClain.

Hopkins is owed $14 million in 2020, $15 million in 2021 and $13.9 million in 2022.

The additional should help Texas native Kyler Murray thrive in his second season in the league after the quarterback threw for 3,722 yards and 20 touchdowns as a rookie.

The Cardinals, however, finished with a 5-10-1 overall record.

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