The Arizona Cardinals will not be getting what they want in a trade for DeAndre Hopkins.

After going through a 4-13 regular season, the team has effectively seen its roster, coaching staff, and front office stripped down in favor of a rebuild. To help navigate that rebuild is the team trying to trade Hopkins. One of those dilemmas in doing so is the high price tag.

In a recent mailbag run, Albert Breer says the Cardinals will have to drop their initial expectations for a return on their star receiver.

“I don’t think it’ll be what they wanted initially. The ask had been a second-round pick and another asset. Based on indications I’ve gotten, that sort of return simply isn’t coming,” said Breer.

“I do think he’ll bring back more than Brandin Cooks did for the Texans—Houston got a 2023 fifth-rounder and ’24 sixth-rounder for him from the Cowboys—but it’ll probably be closer to that than what Arizona is looking for.