The Pittsburgh Steelers were able to acquire DeAndre Hopkins in a trade with the Houston Texans.

The Texans traded Hopkins and a fourth-round pick to the Arizona Cardinals for David Johnson and a second-round pick.

The Steelers were reportedly interested in Hopkins but were not willing to give up a first-round pick.

The Cardinals were able to acquire Hopkins for a second-round pick and Johnson, who has struggled with injuries in recent years.

The addition of Hopkins gives the Cardinals a formidable receiving corps with Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk.

The Steelers will have to look elsewhere to improve their receiving corps, which struggled last season.

Despite missing the playoffs last season, the Steelers are expected to be contenders in the AFC North with the return of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

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