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DeAndre Hopkins passes concussion test

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05:11 PM ET 09.03 | Houston Texans rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has been out of action since Aug. 17 when he suffered a concussion, but he has finally received medical clearance and will get the green light to play in the team's season-opener on Monday Night Football against the San Diego Chargers. Hopkins will immediately be in the starting lineup opposite Andre Johnson, but don't be surprised to see him lack targets early on. Quarterback Matt Schaub is more familiar working with Johnson and tight end Owen Daniels, so he will look to them first by default until he gets used to Hopkins being on the field and as he gains trust in the young receiver.

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September 3, 2013  11:21 PM ET

Keep your head up!

September 4, 2013  01:14 AM ET

I think he's gonna be a dandy. Stay healthy kid.

September 4, 2013  10:39 AM ET

Schaub will be looking to Hopkins more if AJ is being double-teamed.

September 4, 2013  01:29 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Schaub will be looking to Hopkins more if AJ is being double-teamed.

Water is wet and the sun is bright, too.

September 5, 2013  12:25 AM ET

"DeAndre Hopkins passes concussion test"

Yes, he had a concussion when he picked out that stupid name.

 
September 5, 2013  09:10 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

"DeAndre Hopkins passes concussion test" Yes, he had a concussion when he picked out that stupid name.

Please review your high school health book ... and remember how you got your name.

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