Former Houston Texans star DeAndre Hopkins now has his own cereal

This is a promotional image of DeAndre Hopkins' new cereal via his Twitter (DeAndre Hopkins/Twitter, DeAndre Hopkins/Twitter)

If you’re still missing DeAndre Hopkins being in Houston, now you can at least bring his cereal to your dining area.

The former Houston Texans star receiver shared on his social platforms on Wednesday that he now has his own cereal called “Hop Box.”

A portion of the proceeds from the limited-edition cereal will benefit the S.M.O.O.O.T.H. foundation, a non-profit organization helping survivors of domestic violence.

People can order their own boxes of “Hop Box” HERE.

Hopkins spent the first seven years of his career with the Texans after Houston drafted him in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. In those seven years, Hopkins made the Pro Bowl four times and was named First Team All-Pro three times. Many Texans fans still rue the day he was traded to the Arizona Cardinals, where he was one of the top NFL receivers yet again last year.

But Texans fans, at the very least, you can still get his cereal and help a good cause.

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Born in Canada but raised in Houston, Howard joined KPRC 2 in 2021 after five years at ESPN. Before that, Howard was a reporter on Houston Rockets and Houston Astros game broadcasts. Among the events that Howard has covered on site: the NBA bubble and the Basketball Hall of Fame inductions for both Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady. He's H-town proud!