The Facts: The trade market for Hopkins is "headlined" by the Bills, according to Aaron Wilson of KPRC2 in Houston.
Diehards Line:Wilson also named the Chiefs as an interested party, though with the caveat that the financial implications of taking on Hopkins' contract have tempered their pursuit. Per Wilson, the Ravens are not among the bidders. Hopkins struggled in 2021 and was slapped with a PED suspension to open the 2022 season. Instead of continuing on his downward trend, Hopkins rebounded with 64 catches for 717 yards with three touchdowns in nine games. The 30-year-old would immediately take over as the Bills' second receiver if they acquire him and his fantasy prospects would soar with Josh Allen as his quarterback.