Update: The Texans placed Hopkins on the Reserve/Did Not Report list Saturday, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: Displeased with his current contract, Hopkins has opted to leave training camp with the aim of securing amended (and clearly augmented) terms. The Texans themselves have taken a firm stance of no negotiation, as there isn't any impetus for the organization to take such measures. Hopkins will likely return to camp once the prospect of daily $40,000 fines eats into his pocket book, but at the moment, a standoff appears to be in store.
Hopkins had six catches totaling 69 yards in Saturday's playoff loss to Kansas City.
He did well to put up those numbers with Brian Hoyer completely ineffective the entire game. Hopkins will be among the first receivers off the board in fantasy drafts next season, and his value could be enhanced if the Texans upgrade at quarterback.