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    Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    Chiefs General Manager Brett Veach announced late Thursday night that Tyreek Hill would not be with the team during offseason workouts after a recording was made public of Hill and his fiancee discussing the incident that left their son with a broken arm. About 12 hours later on Friday, the Chiefs released the same statement.

    The Chiefsí follow up, which is almost word-for-word the statement that Veach read to reporters on Thursday night, seems to be an attempt to buy time while they figure out what to do with Hill, the supremely talented wide receiver who should have already been on thin ice after he violently attacked his fiancee when she was pregnant with their now 3-year-old son.



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    Re: Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    The Chiefs took the high road on Hunt... in the end it doesnt matter the Browns got a great player for nothing. The Chiefs look good with a move like that in the moment but 4 mos later all it means is they're down a franchise player. I dont blame them for being cautious here... they're in a no win situation.
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    You show up at practice and then either steal the ball and make us chase you to get it back, or you try to tackle people at inappropriate times."
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    Re: Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by The King View Post
    The Chiefs took the high road on Hunt... in the end it doesnt matter the Browns got a great player for nothing. The Chiefs look good with a move like that in the moment but 4 mos later all it means is they're down a franchise player. I dont blame them for being cautious here... they're in a no win situation.

    Yeah, that's part of the big "debate" that's going on at ChiefsPlanet.

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    Re: Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    Why are these players so stupid? I can't fathom this.

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    Re: Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by Forward_Lateral View Post
    Why are these players so stupid? I can't fathom this.
    Slow down just a beat here. None of these actions are excusable in anyways, but don’t go so far as to assume that it’s an issue regarding a lack of intelligence.
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    Re: Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    If Hill gets released does Dorsey sign him to the Browns?

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    Re: Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy View Post
    Slow down just a beat here. None of these actions are excusable in anyways, but don’t go so far as to assume that it’s an issue regarding a lack of intelligence.
    What? What do you attribute it to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy View Post
    donít go so far as to assume that itís an issue regarding a lack of intelligence.
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