DeAndre Hopkins plans to commemorate Hail Murray catch with jewelry

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For the Arizona Cardinals, their No. 1 play of the year — and perhaps the top play of the entire NFL season — was when quarterback Kyler Murray and receiver DeAndre Hopkins hooked up for a game-winning touchdown pass with seconds remaining in the game to defeat the Buffalo Bills.

It has since been dubbed the Hail Murray.

Here is the play again:

He went up between three very good Bills defensive backs — cornerback Tre’Davious White and safeties Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer — to win the game.

Hopkins has plans of having a chain made to commemorate the play, he revealed during his Pro Bowl Verzuz on Thursday night with L.A. Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, and the level of disrespect is over the top.

“I’m going to get a chain made with their three names on there and a cemetery,” he said.

He basically wants to tell White, Hyde and Poyer to rest in peace.

Hosts Deion Sanders and M.J. Acosta-Ruiz about died. Ramsey said it didn’t make any sense.

If Hopkins actually follows through, has it made and shows it off, we will be sure to share that here on the site.

After all, who wouldn’t want to see that?

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