DeAndre Hopkins has been at the center of trade rumors throughout the offseason, but no deal has been struck to this point. To further help facilitate a deal, the Arizona Cardinals have granted the All-Pro receiver and his agents permission to speak with prospective teams and seek out a trade, according to SI.com.
Hopkins' trade market has been stagnant. The Cardinals were initially said to be looking for a second-round pick and another asset in exchange for the wideout, but no team has come around to meet that price. This latest report notes Hopkins' age -- he will be 31 at the start of next season -- along with his injury history as part of why teams have been apprehensive to trade for him.