The next step in the Tyreek Hill situation will commence this week. WHB Sports Radio 810 AM first reported Monday, that Hill is set to meet with the NFL this week.
Per reports, the NFL previously said they did not have permission to interview Hill during an active investigation. Earlier this month, that investigation of a criminal case stemming from a child abuse probe was closed. But, a case involving the Kansas Department for Children and Families is ongoing.
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To take people back, here is a timeline of the Tyreek Hill situation based on reports from March to now:
- March 15: Kansas City Star reports son of Hill had suffered a broken arm at Hill’s residence. Two police reports were filed involving a juvenile, dated March 5 and March 14. Hill’s name appeared on one of the two reports.
- April 18: A new report explains Hill’s son had been removed from the home of Hill and the boy’s mother.
- April 24: Johnson County DA Steve Howe announces Hill won’t be charged following his investigation. However, he believed a crime had been committed. But, Howe could not prove who did it.
- April 25: A station in Kansas City released an audio recording between Hill and the boy’s mother. The recording was graphic and mentioned the son’s injuries. That night, Chiefs general manager Brett Veach announced in a press conference that Hill would now be suspended from team activities for the foreseeable future.
Following the audio recording release, things were very mute for about a month and a half. It has now been very quiet on what exactly will happen with Hill.
Different reports suggest Hill could possibly rejoin the Chiefs for the start of training camp on July 26. Hill also remains subject to a suspension under the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy. With the meeting between Hill and the NFL occurring on Wednesday, we likely may know more later this week.
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– Braden Holecek is the Kansas City Chiefs managing editor for Full Press Coverage. He covers the NFL. Like and follow on Follow @ebearcat9//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Follow @FPC_Chiefs//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js and Facebook.