Tyreek Hill appears on injury report with a hamstring issue

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Tyreek Hill doesn’t have a hamstring injury. Unless he does.

Despite a Monday report from NFL Media that Hill’s grabbing of his hamstring on Sunday against the Dolphins “wasn’t a hamstring injury” but “just a cramp,” Hill appears on Wednesday’s practice report with a hamstring injury.

So unless Hill separately injured his hamstring since Sunday, he indeed injured his hamstring against the Dolphins.

The good news is that Hill fully participate in practice. But a hamstring problem can get aggravated, and it bears watching the practice reports for Thursday and Friday.

Not practicing for the Chiefs on Wednesday were tackle Eric Fisher (back), tackle Mike Remmers (back, neck), and linebacker Damien Wilson (knee). Full participants, other than Hill, were tight end Nick Keizer (ankle, knee), defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon (hip), defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (ankle), defensive end Alex Okafor (knee), tackle Martinas Rankin (knee), and center Austin Reiter (knee).

5 responses to “Tyreek Hill appears on injury report with a hamstring issue

  1. It easily could be tightness from a cramp.

    Per NFL rule if he has any treatment on his leg, even if it is just a rub down (shout out to Kraft) it has to be on the injury report. Hill needs that leg loose because on that indoor turf he is going for 200 yards.

  2. He pulled up a bit at the end of the MIA game and grabbed his hammy. Didn’t really limp or anything but could see it was a possible issue.

    Hope he can go, love seeing him on turf.

  3. He has grabbed his legs many times this year. maybe once a game. just happens the commentators see it and commented on it. he usually comes back in and scores on a huge play right after that

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