DeAndre Hopkins donates money to coronavirus relief fund


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Hopkins donated $150K to coronavirus relief (John Glaser - USA Today Sports)
Hopkins donated $150K to coronavirus relief (John Glaser - USA Today Sports)

Former Clemson standout DeAndre Hopkins will likely be a fan favorite in Arizona once the NFL season eventually starts up.

Despite just being traded to the Cardinals, he is already making a positive impact with his new community.

“To my new AZ family, I can’t wait until everything settles down so I can get out there and play in front of you all,” Hopkins said on social media. “Until then, I wanted to do my part for my new community and donate $150,00 to the Arizona coronavirus relief fund. Stay safe and rise up red sea.”

Great job by 'Nuk' to show leadership and give much-needed funds to those that need it during this time.

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