In the two and a half months since the Kansas City Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, the conversation has centered on Hill’s fit in the Miami scheme and Kansas City’s strategy for replacing the game-breaking wide receiver. Hill was pleased to circle around and examine what led to the breakup of his connection with the Chiefs in the first place on the first edition of his It “Needed To Be Said” podcast.
“I don’t see why teams don’t use their greatest receiver if they’re going to give us advantageous one-on-one matches versus their top corner,” Hill said, according to ProFootballTalk. “And that’s probably where the Chiefs, like myself, went apart right there. When I’m like, yeah, I’m not trying to be a diva or anything, but can I see the pill at some point, please? Please just hand the ball over to me.”
Hill’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, joined the program and expressed his belief that the Chiefs in 2021 squandered Hill’s abilities on time. The team has yet to reply to these allegations. As a result, we don’t know how true Hill’s claims are right now.