Tyreek Hill had a fantastic time in Las Vegas for the Pro Bowl last month. The Chiefs wide receiver not only competed in the NFL Skills Challenge but he also addressed Usain Bolt and challenged him to a race. Hill’s NHL All-Star Game debut on television did not go as planned. Bolt put him in a body bag on Twitter, doused him completely with beer, and he didn’t even get a taste.

With Patrick Mahomes making so much money, it’s easy to see how the Kansas City Chiefs’ salary cap may become a major issue. When Patrick Mahomes signed his historic contract, there was concern that Tyreek Hill might be unable to stay with the team owing to the high pay he would certainly seek, given his illustrious career.

Last week, it was rumored that the Chiefs and Hill were making significant headway toward a long-term contract. However, things have taken a turn for the worst, as Hill is expected to be traded to another team by the end of the week, according to reports.

Two teams have emerged as finalists for Hill, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins, two AFC East rivals, are those two teams. These are teams that are urgently attempting to compete, and Hill would undoubtedly help them improve.

Jets and Dolphins are the two teams now vying for Tyreek Hill, who is expected to receive a massive contract extension from the team that trades for him, per sources.

If they want Hill’s performance to continue at such a high level, their quarterbacks will have to step up their game. This is a developing subject, so stay tuned to Thirsty For News for all the latest news and updates from the NFL. Check out the tweets in reference below.

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