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4 NFL Offseason Moves

Updated on August 2, 2020
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D-Hop To Arizona

In one of the most questionable moves in the offseason the Texans sent DeAndre Hopkins and a 2020 4th rounder for RB David Johnson, a 2020 2nd rounder, and a 2021 4th rounder.
In one of the most questionable moves in the offseason the Texans sent DeAndre Hopkins and a 2020 4th rounder for RB David Johnson, a 2020 2nd rounder, and a 2021 4th rounder. | Source

Phil

First of WHAT WERE THE TEXANS THINKING?!?!?!? They give up a huge lead to the Chiefs in the playoffs then they give up a top 5 wide receiver in the league for nothing close to his value. The Cardinals really got a steal with this one. This moves Arizona up the ranks as rising QB Kyler Murray gets a much needed weapon in D-Hop while the Texans try to recover and grab Brandin Cooks who is injury prone and not as talented as Hopkins.

Welcome to our very first NFL article on our new home HubPages!!!!! We will be doing a lot more NFL articles this year and maybe some madden articles depending on what we decide on. Here are our opinion on these four NFL moves.

Akeem

My mouth dropped when I heard this. I just want to know what was going through front offices mind when they decided to give away one of, it but the best receivers in football. It really doesn’t make any sense. I think the Cardinals will definitely enjoy this new addition to their already flourishing group of young talent. Should be interesting.

TB to TB

Tom Brady leaves New England to join Bruce Arians and the Bucs. His contract his for 2 years and worth up to 50 million dollars.
Tom Brady leaves New England to join Bruce Arians and the Bucs. His contract his for 2 years and worth up to 50 million dollars. | Source

Phil

First off I want to thank Tom Brady for all his time as a New England Patriot. For all the incredible moments and especially the championships. Coming from a Patriots fan he really did it all and then some. Good luck in Tampa Bay. With that out of the way the Bucs got a much needed improvement at QB and pairing Tom with Bruce Arians will benefit everyone involved. As for New England it’s time to move on and see what life after Tom Brady has in store.

Akeem

I’m not a Brady fan by any stretch of the imagination. But you can’t deny the man’s work ethic and overall ability in the sport. You can dislike him as much as you want. But you can’t take away the fact that he’s the best QB you’ve ever seen. And it may be because if the threats he’s had in his team. But he’s still good. I personally think he should have just retired. But I don’t make the rules. I just watch the game. Let’s see what happens in Tampa under a quarterback that can actually play well for a whole season.

Cam To Foxboro

Late in the offseason Cam and the Pats agree on a 1 year/1.05M contract.
Late in the offseason Cam and the Pats agree on a 1 year/1.05M contract. | Source

Phil

Speaking of life after Tom Brady here comes in former MVP Cam Newton looking to prove himself after going through much of the offseason not being signed. He is hungry to show he still has a lot in the tank after numerous injuries. The Pats signed him to a team friendly deal so if this doesn’t pan out they didn’t lose much so it’s a win-win. Cam gets a chance and the Pats get a decent QB for the low.

Akeem

I think it’s great that he gets another chance at a career. I’m really interested to see how he’s going to be under a new coaching staff since he seemed to be having so many issues with his last team. I’ll have to keep an eye out...

Mahomes More Money

The Chiefs and their super bowl wining QB agree on a 10 year/503 Million dollar contract extension. This contract will kick in when his rookie contract is up in 2 years.
The Chiefs and their super bowl wining QB agree on a 10 year/503 Million dollar contract extension. This contract will kick in when his rookie contract is up in 2 years. | Source

Phil

The Chiefs broke the bank paying Mahomes and they have every right to. He just won them the super bowl and they have to lock up this special talent. There is a lot of upside to this deal as well as downside. What does this mean for Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill? What about anyone who wants to come to KC? Also Andy Reid can’t coach forever so how long does he have left? A lot of variables tie into this deal and we will see how it plays out.

Akeem

I agree!!! This is really all that needs to be said. Anyone who doesn’t think he’s worth this amount of money is fooling themselves. He’s played phenomenally and deserves everything he has coming to him and more. Can’t wait to see what the future holds for this rising star. One things for sure, he’s going to make an impact for the rest of his time in the league.

Conclusion

This season is shaping up to be a big one. With everything going on in the world both political and not, it was nice to have a distraction. Even if it was only for a moment. We can’t wait to see how this season will play out with all the big contracts and moves around the league.

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