When Tyreek Hill left the Kansas City Chiefs to join theMiami Dolphins, many were skeptical about his potential usage.
However, Hill was able to have a productive season in 2022, racking up 119 receptions, which resulted in 1,710 yards and seven touchdowns.
Many fans across the league were excited about Hill s career year and were ready for more in 2023.
However, a recent report has put his 2023 season in jeopardy.
According to a Florida-based news station, via Bleacher Report, Hill is currently under investigation due to an incident with someone at a marina.
Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 20, 2023
This is a developing story, and at this point, there hasn t been any sort of ruling about his playing status for 2023.
As this report indicates, Hill allegedly hit someone at the marina.
Before the 2019 season, Hill was suspended by the Chiefs due to an investigation about child abuse.
He was eventually cleared of these charges and later signed a three-year extension with the Chiefs.
After his incident in 2019, Hill s track record has been pretty clean and without incident.
Now, all of that is being called into question.
As fans wait for the NFL and the Dolphins to respond to these allegations, let s take a look at the Dolphins receiving corps behind Hill.
Jaylen Waddle has established himself as a dominant pass-catcher.
He ll be entering his third NFL season in 2023 and will look to further his connection with Tua Tagovailoa.
Waddle and Hill were the team s top two targets in 2022, and now that Mike Gesicki is gone, there is little depth behind him.