Christian Hopkins

#84TE,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 277
Born:
College: Toledo
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Draft: Undrafted
  • Giants' Jarron Jones among undrafted rookies in most favorable situation
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    Giants' Jarron Jones among undrafted rookies in most favorable situation

    The New York Giants have repeatedly been praised and lauded for their job in the aftermath of the 2017 NFL Draft. While many experts were unimpressed with their overhaul haul in the draft itself, the same can not be said for their undrafted rookie free agents signings. In fact, that group has been declared by many to be among the best in the league. The praise for those additions continued earlier this week when NFL Network’s Lance Zierlein examined six undrafted rookies who now find themselves in the most favorable situation. Among them was Notre Dame defensive tackle Jarron Jones, who was picked up by Big Blue. Jarron Jones, DT, Giants College: Notre Dame The lowdown: There is no way around

  • Cris Carter defends OBJ, says WR had 'anxiety' in playoffs
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    Cris Carter defends OBJ, says WR had 'anxiety' in playoffs

    Odell Beckham Jr. is being mentored by Cris Carter. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Odell Beckham Jr has been skipping OTAs with the New York Giants to work with his own personal trainer, Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter. And while Carter is trying to practice tough love with his 24-year-old understudy, he also thinks Beckham has been unfairly criticized early in his career. In an interview with Gary Meyers of the New York Daily News, Carter said some of the game’s best players have skipped voluntary workouts. “With Odell, they go to extremes because it is him,” Carter explained. “In 108 days, he will be ready to play against the Dallas Cowboys. Is he with the Giants at OTAs? I don’t care.

  • Re-focused Austin Seferian-Jenkins dropping pounds and jaws
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    Re-focused Austin Seferian-Jenkins dropping pounds and jaws

    Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer Close Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News Syracuse University graduate Follow on Twitter A look at what's happening around the New York Jets: 1. Wishful shrinking: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, acquired last September at the low point of his career, is making a concerted effort to improve himself, personally and professionally. The Jets have witnessed a remarkable transformation over the last few months, as the veteran tight end has dropped about 25 pounds. His weight ballooned to the mid-280s last season, and now he's down to 260, according to his agent, Brian Fettner. He was listed last year at 262, but that was just a rumor. The slimmed-down Seferian-Jenkins