Isn’t it ironic that 20 minutes after it was reported Tyreek Hill was working on record-setting deal police were called?
Tyreek Hill was dismissed from Oklahoma State’s football and track teams in December 2014 following his arrest on domestic violence charges. An All-Big 12 Conference all-purpose player, he was accused of punching and choking his pregnant girlfriend. He pleaded not guilty in January.
The arrest came less than a week after Hill’s 92-yard punt return in a comeback victory over Oklahoma. Hill was eventually arrested on a charge of domestic abuse by strangulation. This caused Hill to transfer to West Alabama a Division 2 school where he would shine and eventually get drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. That is his past, but since then he was out of the funny papers. He was given a second chance so to speak. With his second
In three seasons with the Chiefs, Hill compiled 223 receptions for 3,255 yards and 25 receiving touchdowns, adding 63 rushes for 477 yards and four additional TDs on the ground. He’s also scored five career special teams touchdowns on returns. In 2018, Hill generated career highs in receptions (87, 10th-most among receivers in NFL), yards (1,479, 4th-most) and TDs (12, 3rd-most). He has become one of the most prolific wideouts in the NFL. This is why the Chiefs have been working on a record-setting deal with the wide receiver named Cheetah.
According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the team has begun negotiations with Hill on a new contract. Rapoport adds the deal is anticipated to be record-setting. The 25-year-old former fifth-round pick is set to enter the final year of his rookie contract with a base salary of $2.025 million. But, we have a new problem with Hill. Another case has arose and it could put a wrench in this new contract.
According to multiple reports, Hill and his fiancé are under investigation for battery by the Overland Park police. Multiple reports were filed listing their three-year-old son as the victim. Hill has not been charged with a crime.
I have been in law enforcement for 16 years, but I have a problem with this report. On March 5th, 2019 something happened. I do not know at what time it was in fact reported by Ian Rapoport that the Chiefs were working on a massive contract with wide receiver Tyreek Hill, but I was able to find something time-stamped, at 2:06 pm on March 5th. Which means Rapsheet more than likely reported it a few minutes before this tweet came out. So let’s say it was 2:00 pm to 2:05 pm. With that being said, Rapsheet likely reported it on NFL Network which is widely televised. Could someone have seen the report that hates him and called the police immediately?
The crazy thing is this happened the day the report of his massive contract was being announced back on March 5th. This does not make sense, because March 5th, 2019 someone called the police at 2:25 pm.
Here is the report on the 5th when she put Tyreek’s name on the report pic.twitter.com/DJe08Rj3ON— NFL Draft Diamonds (@DraftDiamonds) March 16, 2019
I am not saying he should not be paid or this matter should not be looked into, but this is a little wild to me. Twenty minutes after it was reported he would get a filthy rich contract, police were called. Could that be an angry person trying to get back at someone they are made at? Revenge perhaps? Before you blame anyone, I would start looking into the matter. Because the second report on March 14th, guess whose name was not on the report?
The report from the 14th where his name was not on the report pic.twitter.com/tGyTNPnM6T— NFL Draft Diamonds (@DraftDiamonds) March 16, 2019
This looks to me like someone who dislikes the star wide out made the call This needs to be looked into because it sounds pretty weird to me.