O'Brien says right now their top two receivers are Hopkins and Nate Washington. #Texans
SB Nation "There was some major hype around Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins as we headed into training camp last season, and he didn't disappoint those that predicted a breakout season. A year later, after seeing Hopkins blow up for Houston's offense, he projects as their No. 1 receiver, with a shot to..." July 30
Battle Red Blog "The Texans' leading wide receiver from 2014 is ready to step into the large void left behind by Andre Johnson. Andre Johnson provided tremendous veteran presence in his ability to lead by example on and off the field for his twelve years with the Texans. With Johnson departing for..." April 21
NFL.com "Following the Houston Texans' failed comeback attempt Thursday night, J.J. Watt said he needed to "find a way to do more." One Texan who appeared to have a chance to do more was DeAndre Hopkins. The receiver was the closest Houston player with a chance to recover the game-sealing Ryan..." October 10
Houston Chronicle "The Texans’ season hasn’t gone like it was supposed to. The same for DeAndre Hopkins’ week. Hopkins was forced to address an obscene video posted on his Instagram account Wednesday. The rookie wide receiver said his account was hacked. Sunday, Hopkins was pulled from a 28-23 loss to the..." November 18
NFL.com "The NFL has announced its players of the month and one honoree comes as no surprise. Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is the AFC's player of September after torching opponents with 16 touchdowns. Manning hasn't thrown a pick in four games and he hasn't appeared mortal either. We..." October 03
Rookie WR DeAndre Hopkins passed last test on concussion protocol and is ready to go for Chargers.
Sorry missed the "not" in Kubiak's line about Hopkins. He has NOT been fully cleared for practice yet per the transcript. #Texans
Kubiak said Hopkins has a concussion but "he's fine. Obviously we'll put him through the protocol."
Houston first-round pick WR DeAndre Hopkins has been taken into the locker room to be evaluated for a head injury. #Texans