News broke Sunday that Clemson Tigers alum DeAndre Hopkins is expected to sign a two-year deal worth at least $26 million with the Tennessee Titans.
Hopkins has been a free agent since his release by the Arizona Cardinals this offseason. The total amount of the contract could increase up to $32 million based on incentives.
Hopkins has worked alongside Titans head coach Mike Vrabel and offensive coordinator Tim Kelly when all three were with the Houston Texans. Some of Hopkins’s best work in the NFL came when Kelly was calling his plays.
Hopkins, who will soon turn 31 years old, immediately becomes the No. 1 receiver on the Titans roster. He has also been linked to the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, and Kansas City Chiefs.
Another Clemson alum, Hunter Tyson, is dazzling audiences in the NBA Summer League. Tyson was a second-round draft pick of the defending NBA champion Denver Nuggets.
Tyson is averaging 21.7 points per game, along with six rebounds and two assists. He is shooting 58% from the field, 51% from three-point range and 89% from the free throw line.
If NBA teams want to stay competitive, they have to find solid players in the second round, and it seems Denver’s hot streak is continuing by adding Tyson.
Clemson Tigers fans don’t have to worry about finding Bally’s to watch games any longer
Great news for Clemson fans who have been frustrated trying to find games on Bally’s: you won’t have to find Bally’s on your cable or streaming provider any longer.
The bad news is that most fans would just prefer the games move to the ACC Network or one of the ESPN platforms, and that isn’t happening at this time.
The games are now moving to the CW Network. The positive here is that there are a lot more providers that offer CW than previously offered Bally’s.
Tiger fans who enjoy posting videos on TikTok during Clemson sporting events might be disappointed to learn that Clemson University has banned the app from their networks.
This only applies to Clemson networks, so if fans can access the app using their private cell services only, then they won’t be impacted.