Update: Hill will get a 4-year, $120 million extension, including $72.2 million guaranteed from the Dolphins, per Adam Schefter.
Update: A deal is done. The Chiefs are sending Tyreek Hill to Miami for 2022 first round, second round, and fourth round picks, along with fourth and sixth round picks in the 2023 draft, per Ian Rapoport.
Update: Both the Jets and Dolphins have trade packages into the Chiefs and now they wait for Hill to choose, per Adam Schefter.
Update: The Jets appear to be all-in to acquire the speedy Hill. They are willing to give up their overall No. 10 pick this season and more, while also are ready to give Hill a “massive” contract, per Ralph Vacchiano.
Update: The news continues to double-down on Hill being traded, as Hill himself tweeted thanks to “Chiefs kingdom.” ESPN’s Adam Schefter also called his move “likely.” As far as his destination goes, the Dolphins and Jets remain the leaders for Hill. The Chiefs are apparently asking for two first-round picks for the receiver, which both teams have in their arsenal.
we came a long way thank you chiefs kingdom I’m forever indebted ❤️— Ty Hill (@cheetah) March 13, 2022
In surprising news, the Kansas City Chiefs have given star wide receiver Tyreek Hill permission to seek a trade, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. According to Rapoport, contract extension talks have stalled despite the Chiefs prepared to make Hill one of the highest-paid receivers in the league. Of course, “one of” might not have been the words Hill and his agent wanted to hear from Kansas City.