Sep 9, 2018; Carson, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) returns a punt for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers at StubHub Center. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 9, 2018; Carson, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) returns a punt for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers at StubHub Center. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill might not be long for that job after a recent video was released suggesting that he threatened his significant other.

Said video also included the mother of Hill’s son suggesting that he abused the young kid. All of this comes after Hill was investigated for child abuse by authorities in Kansas.

While most believe that the Chiefs should have already moved on from Hill, he remains a member of the team. The All-Pro performer is currently suspended from all off-season activities.

Whether this changes is solely based on news that comes up regarding Hill’s off-field issues.

Now, according to 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City, a previously unreported incident at Hill’s house surrounding his son led to authorities removing the young kid from the man’s home.

There’s apparently another report from KCTV 5 set to air Tuesday evening that further incriminates Hill. It’s not going to be pretty.

Though, there’s no further information regarding what the report might entail. The only information we have is that it’s not going to paint the receiver in a great light.

As such, this is a developing story. We’ll obviously have more on it once the report is released Tuesday evening.

Vincent Frank
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