One potential suitor for Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is reportedly out of the running.

The Bills will not trade for Hopkins “barring a significant development,” according to a Monday night report from Tim Graham of The Athletic.

Sport Illustrated’s Albert Breer reported Monday that Arizona is allowing Hopkins to feel out a potential trade. Speculation about a potential move has surrounded the 30-year-old pass-catcher for much of this offseason after the Cardinals went 4–13 in 2022 and parted ways with coach Kliff Kingsbury.

Hopkins played just nine games for Arizona in ’22 after a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drugs policy. Despite his shortened season, he still caught 64 passes for 717 yards and three touchdowns.

In 10 years split between the Texans and Cardinals, Hopkins has made five Pro Bowl appearances and three All-Pro teams. His 11,298 receiving yards rank 36th in NFL history and second among active players, behind only Julio Jones.