The Arizona Cardinals’ receiver DeAndre Hopkins was fined $28,000 for his actions in the Week 17 matchup that was lost to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
After the game, Hopkins was sentenced to an official with the middle finger. The camera captured the moment of the third quarter, and the team’s score dropped by 8 points.
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NFL Network reported on Saturday that Hopkins was fined $28,075 for “violating sportsmanship.” During the game, he was reported for “yelling” at officials.
Arizona just missed an opportunity to play in the playoffs after the 8-8 season. The Cardinals needed to beat the Rams in the game, but the result was short.
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During the offseason, the Cardinals bought Hopkins from the Houston Texans in a shocking deal. His acquisition gave quarterback Kyler Murray another goal. The budding coach Kliff Kingsbury has been working hard to integrate.
Hopkins was selected to the Pro Bowl, although due to the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL has not played live games this season. He won 115 championships in his career and set a career record. This season, he also has 1,407 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns.
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Eight years of professional players will definitely become an important part of the offense.