Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill Present For Workouts

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was in attendance for the start of the Chiefs’ offseason workout program on Monday, a source tells Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). Hill’s status for the 2019 is in jeopardy, but the wide receiver appears to be proceeding as though he’ll be cleared to play. 

Police are investigating claims of child abuse at Hill’s home and there’s a possibility that the wide receiver will face NFL discipline in connection with the incidents. However, the league is not expected to weigh in until child protective services concludes their investigation, which could mean that Hill’s fate will be in limbo for a while as authorities sift through the accusations.

Hill’s three-year old son is said to have suffered injuries, including a broken arm, at Hill’s home. Authorities are looking into Hill’s involvement in that incident, plus another where officers were called to Hill’s home to investigate a different incident of “child abuse or neglect.” 

The accusations are troubling, particularly in light of Hill’s pre-NFL track record. If there is concrete evidence against Hill, it’s hard to imagine him taking the field for Week 1.

In 2017, Hill’s second NFL season, he amassed nearly 1,200 receiving yards with seven touchdowns. Then, last year, he set new career highs with 87 catches for 1,479 yards and 12 touchdowns, cementing himself as one of the very best wide receivers in the game.

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13 comments on “Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill Present For Workouts

    • troll_smasher

      Yea, it’s such a terrible thing when organizations let due process run its course. Waiting for investigations to be completed before taking the appropriate actions are totally disgusting. Shame on them

        • DarkSide830

          who cares, as far as innocenr until proven guilty its the right thing to do.

          • NU Wildcats

            Is harming a child the right thing to do? You really think he didn’t do it?

            • troll_smasher

              Do you really know what the investigation has Concluded? If so, please share the details, please.

  1. I’m sure the three year old was just upset that he didn’t get to see Finding Nemo for the 8th time that day and set dad up by breaking his own arm

    • troll_smasher

      Is that what the investigation concluded? If so, he should be suspended indefinitely. Where can we go to find the details you described?

    • Ironman_4life

      This is information you may wanna share with Independence Police. Maybe your info could wrap the investigation quicker.

  2. agnewton5

    Must be some Patriots/ Steelers/ Chargers fans posting on this site. Lol. Not sure if anyone knows much about CPS (child protective services), but when any injury to a child occurs they are required by law to investigate. In Kansas CPS was in hot water for letting abusive parent(s) maintain custody of their children while complaints of abuse were submitted against them, several occasions eventually led to the child being murdered. There is a high possibility that they are investigating a child being a child and getting injured. There is also a high possibility that he was abused. People should wait for the law to decide to decide based on collected evidence, or lack there of.

    • Z-A

      Ideally, that’s how it works. But not since… like 2009. Its guilty as soon as you can push submit on tweet or post.

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