Tyreek Hill and Drew Rosenhaus open up on business demand for chefs


When the Chiefs traded wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Dolphins, many people were surprised that Kansas City would leave such a dynamic player. However, maybe that shouldn’t have come as a shock.

On Hill’s New Podcast It had to be saidMiami wide said he was unhappy with the way the Chiefs used him last season.

“If teams are going to give us favorable one-on-one games against their best corner, I don’t see why teams don’t use their best receiver,” Hill said, via ProFootballTalk. “And that’s where probably, like me and the Chiefs, we fell apart. When I’m like, yo, I don’t wanna talk or be a diva in some situation, but can I see the pill someday, please? Just give me the ball, please.

Hill also had his agent Drew Rosenhaus to discuss what was missing in Hill’s relationship with Kansas City. Specifically, Rosenhaus mentioned the disconnect between them and the Chiefs regarding Hill’s contract extension, which was affected by Davante Adams’ new contract with the Raiders.

“If they didn’t want to do this type of deal, we would do a blockbuster transaction for them,” Rosenhaus said. “I told them bluntly that I felt like I could talk to the teams in the league and bring a bunch of – bring great compensation. And I think the Chiefs initially wanted to challenge us and see what we could get contractually from other teams and what we could also get in terms of compensation.

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Hill signed a four-year, $120 million extension with Miami as part of the trade. He explained that he tried to convince Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid to influence Brett Veach into giving him the deal, but it didn’t seem to work.

Hill and Rosenhaus opened up completely beyond these two topics. Hill mentioned the Chiefs wouldn’t let him see his grandfather, who had prostate surgery in 2021, where things seem more relaxed in Miami.

Additionally, Rosenhaus thinks Mahomes’ star power was too great in Kansas City, where the Dolphins will recognize Hill’s presence more. However, Hill says that’s not a problem.

“The only thing I care about is respect within the building. Notoriety outside the building, I don’t give a fuck about that, man,” he said. Because none of that will win us games on Sunday.”

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