Following practice on Sunday, Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill spoke to reporters and addressed his offseason allegations of domestic and child abuse.
Hill touched on a conversation with Chiefs team owner Clark Hunt, calling the talk “a very frank conversation” and followed that up by saying “I have to work on my life skills.” Hill also said he unaware of the recording with his girlfriend Crystal Espinal existed until it went public earlier this offseason. For the language he used in addressing Espinal, Hill said he was “very disrespectful” and wouldn’t want his sister, daughter or mother to be talked to in the same way [Pro Football Talk].
The Pro Bowl receiver also said “never again,” referencing his actions that led to this point, and added that he is growing as a person. He also said him talking about punching his son in the chest was in reference to teaching the 3-year-old how to box.
This marked the first time Hill had spoken to reporters since arriving at camp and he appeared ready to put the incident behind him. Hill didn’t go into much detail through the eight-minute ordeal, preferring to keep answers vague.
Earlier this month, it was revealed the NFL would not suspend the star wideout following its investigation into the incident. In a statement, the NFL said its investigation spanned four months and based on the evidence presently available, could not conclude Hill violated the Personal Conduct Policy.