NFL does not suspend Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill
We now know the NFL's decision on Hill.
Chiefs wide receiverhad to make from Tuesday’s practice after hurting his right leg, but the initial indication is that he avoided a serious injury.
Hill took a hit from cornerbackwhile Breeland was moving to break up a pass to the wideout and limped off the field for medical attention. He rode in a cart to the back after briefly being looked at under the sideline medical tent.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Hill. He adds that Hill is expected to be fine, but there’s no word on whether he may miss some practice time before he resumes practicing with the team.
Hill has never missed a game due to injury over his three seasons in the NFL. He did sit out along with several other Chiefs starters in Week 17 of the 2017 season.
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