Tyreek Hill will be at Chiefs workouts Monday

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The Chiefs will open their offseason workouts on Monday with wide receiver Tyreek Hill in attendance.

Hill is under investigation for a pair of recent incidents involving allegations of child abuse at his home in Kansas City, but PFT has learned, via a league source, that he will be present when the offseason program gets going.

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said at last month’s league meetings that the team is trying to figure out “what happened exactly” and that they’ll make a determination about any action involving Hill once they have all the relevant information. Hill’s only recent comments came via a video on social media and focused on his desire to be the best receiver in the league rather than any off-field issues.

Before the allegations came to light, there was talk about both a possible contract extension and a possible trade for Hill this offseason but it seems likely that those discussions will be on hold for the near future.

6 responses to “Tyreek Hill will be at Chiefs workouts Monday

  1. Where’s your moral high ground with this chuckle-head, KC? You were all quick to jump on CLE for signing your last PR nightmare (which the team knew of for months, but did nothing until the video was leaked).

  2. This just in: the team’s PR judge stuck with NFL precedent and said “innocent until proven on video”, and reminded us that “zero tolerance” is the nuke option only to be used as a last resort.

  3. Why wouldn’t he be there? No charges have been filed against him or anyone else related to the case.

    The Chiefs know they knee-jerked the reaction to the K. Hunt video and aren’t going to do it again. But in that case Hunt lied about his level of involvement.

    Let’s not kid ourselves, they didn’t release him for the incident. They released him for lying about it.

  4. spunjmunke says:
    April 15, 2019 at 8:25 am
    Where’s your moral high ground with this chuckle-head, KC?
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    Since he is not actually under investigation (regardless of what national sports media would have you believe) and wasn’t even home when the incident under investigation occurred, questioning moral judgement is irrelevant. That is, unless you want to judge the internet court of opinion that routinely rushes to judgement without any facts.

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