Sport What is DeAndre Hopkins sending to Tom Brady?
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DeAndre Hopkins of the Arizona Cardinals is man of his word. He said he would deliver an autographed jersey to the person with the best meme after Sunday’s stunning catch to defeat the Buffalo Bills.
And, leave it to the G.O.A.T, Tom Brady, to outfox everyone else on social media and come up with the perfect message.
From one G.O.A.T. to another, Brady paid tribute to the incredible catch by Hopkins as time wound down.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady)
And what did Hopkins do in return for the perfect message? Why he is sending Brady an autographed jersey, as promised.
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You know I got you— Deandre Hopkins (@DeAndreHopkins)
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