Trek Hill details Chiefs’ relationship tore apart: ‘collapse’

In one of the biggest moves in the NFL offseason, Tyreek Hill shocked the world by agreeing to trade with the Dolphins and signing a four-year, $120 million extension.

Hill has been vocal about his change of landscape, recently explaining in his new podcast how bosses cheating on him was part of the reason for the split.

“If teams are going to give us favorable singles against their best angle, I don’t understand why teams don’t use their best receiver,” Hill said. “And this is where maybe me and the heads up there have collapsed. When I like, I don’t mean to talk or be a singer in some situation, but can I see a pill in a while, please? Just give me the ball please.”

Although Hill is now the highest-grossing wide receiver in the NFL, he said in the podcast that the move was more about respect, and that the Chiefs’ plans for him made him want to leave.

Tyrick Hill doing exercises with dolphins.
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Patrick Mahomes, left, and Andy Reed.
Patrick Mahomes, left, and Andy Reed.
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“I did my best. I talked to the big guy, Andy Reed. I talked to the quarterback. I’m like, ‘Look, can we make something happen? Can we make something? Can the guaranteed money make sense to me?'” Could that make sense to my family, please?”

The deal didn’t materialize, of course, and Hill is now preparing to pick up balls from Tua Tagovailoa in Miami.

Hill went on to talk about respect and how much he feels about values.

“I don’t care about notoriety, though. The only thing I care about is respect within the building,” Hill said. Notoriety outside the building, I don’t care about any of that, man. Because none of that will win us games on Sunday.

“I want the coach to know that on Sundays the defense fears Terrick Hill. That’s what I want the coach to know. However, the coach knows that. He knows that without the cheetah on the field, he knows that, ‘Hey, Pat [Mahomes] You will have a long day today. “

The 28 yards per hunt fell to its lowest level since 2016 last year. He’s also down from the 2020 tally in receiving yards and touchdowns, and hasn’t finished in the top five in wide receiving goals.

Trek Hill with quarterback Tua Tagoviloa.
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Hill now turns to a quarterback and a playbook that suits his strengths and desires – accurate throws with the potential for large yards after the catch. Dolphins’ new No. 1 receiver has already come out to defend Tagovailoa, saying he’s throwing the “most beautiful” ball he’s caught, and is more accurate than Mahomes.

The Dolphins will attempt their first playoff appearance since 2016 with the help of their new star.

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