Can Brandin Cooks replace DeAndre Hopkins on the Texans? Stephen A. says HELL NO!
Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Damien Woody weigh in on whether WR Brandin Cooks is good enough to be able to replace DeAndre Hopkins on the Houston Texans.
Zach Lowe and Paul Pierce join Rachel Nichols on The Jump to discuss the Los Angeles Lakers looking to replace Avery Bradley with JR Smith after opting out to play in the restart of the 2019-20 NBA season in Orlando, Florida. (3:47) The crew weighs in on whether it's fair to criticize players for opting out of the restart of the season.
✔️ Max Kellerman, Domonique Foxworth and Louis Riddick debate whether DeAndre Hopkins is the best wide receiver in the NFL.
✔️ It was just two years ago, when the leaders of North Korea and South Korea agreed to work towards peace.
They signed a pact to stop cross-border hostilities... and for once, there was hope for reconciliation.
But now, that hope is fading.
Pyongyang's threatened to re-deploy troops near the demilitarized border.
It also destroyed a liaison office meant to facilitate dialogue, because, it says, South Korea allowed North Korean defectors to drop anti-government leaflets into its territory.
The government in Seoul denies that and says it will no longer tolerate North Korea's behaviour.
So, what's next for the region?
Presenter: Kamahl Santamaria
Scott Snyder - Senior Fellow for Korea Studies and Director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.
June Park - Political Economist and Researcher at the National Foundation of Korea.
Aidan Foster-Carter - Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Sociology and Modern Korea at Leeds University. Arizona Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake joined FOX Football Now from his home in Atlanta. He is happy DeAndre Hopkins was traded to the Cardinals this offseason because he was burned by the prolific wide receiver when Drake played for the Miami Dolphins. He also talks about his possible future with the Arizona Cardinals and his first chance at being the feature back in an offense.