Tyreek Hill’s Long-Term Future In Kansas City

At the beginning of the 2019 offseason, and before his potential legal issues arose, Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill and the team had begun talks on a long-term deal. The team also included Hill’s name in trade talks according to a report from The Athletic’s Jay Glazer in March

“I heard some rumblings at the start of free agency that his name was being thrown about in trade talks, but at the time thought it had to do with his contract more than anything else,” Glazer wrote.

At the time of these reported talks, Hill had yet to be thrust into the spotlight with reports of child abuse. Earlier this week, the NFL ruled that the star receiver would not face a suspension, stating that with evidence presently available it could not determine that Hill broke the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy.

So with the reports of possible trade talks and the ensuing legal issues, where do the Chiefs go with the speedy pass-catcher, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal in 2019?

Contract talks are expected to resume soon, according to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio, and if the teams reach an impasse, a trade again becomes a possibility. Florio notes a deal at the 2019 trade deadline could happen but is unlikely, with an early 2020 deal, assuming the franchise tag is applied, as more of an outcome.

Though the Chiefs could meet Hill’s contract demands — likely $20MM per year — the team also traded up in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft to take Mecole Hardman, who many think could fill the same explosive role that Hill has thrived in. If Hardman proves he can handle the role in his rookie season, the franchise tag and trade option becomes even more likely.

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      • tank62

        No chance, I would not want that turd near Halas Hall. We have a good receiving corp. He will screw up again soon

        • Ironman_4life

          Lol. You would wet yourself if bears signed hill. Never say you dont need the fastest player in the league.

        • crosseyedlemon

          Virginia McCaskey does not want her name associated with abusers of women and children. The Bears had no interest in Hunt and they certainly don’t want Hill either.

          • bencole

            And shame on her for it if it costs any success. Although I don’t think she’s all that involved anymore.

    • Ironman_4life

      Just to reference you BenCole from may 22. Your exact words were throw this piece of trash in prison. Now you want him ?

      • bencole

        Ironman you got the wrong guy. I’m the lawyer, the guy who’s totally against personal conduct policies of any kind. I do t believe Ray Rice should have been suspended. You might want to go back and look again.

        • bencole

          I think you may have looked at me arguing with someone for saying he belongs in prison.

    • axisofhonor25

      Bears have a history have not signing controversial players. Won’t happen. He would have been released upon the news of what happened.

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