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Tyreek Hill Drops Massive Update on Retirement; Reveals Immediate Plans After Leaving Dolphins

Published 05/01/2023, 8:07 AM EDT

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Tyreek Hill has been one of the flashiest players in the NFL since he arrived in Kansas City. Known as the “Cheetah”, his speed is unparalleled, leaving defenders in the dust and scoring touchdowns with ease. In the 2021 season, he led the AFC in receptions with a career-best 111 and scored in all three of the Chiefs’ playoff games.

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In 2022, Hill was far from satisfied with the sum of money the Chiefs proposed as a guarantee. The Dolphins presented him with a contract extension that included a whopping $72 million in guaranteed money, something he simply couldn’t turn down! Consequently, on March 18th, 2022, the Chiefs traded Hill to the Dolphins in exchange for several future draft picks. And now he is ready to go head-to-head with the team that traded him.

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Speaking to Gehrig Dieter, the former Chiefs WR said, “One thing to say though when the Miami Dolphins come to Arrowhead Stadium this year, guess what we gonna do.” “I hate to say it man I hate to throw up the peace sign against y’all, I’m gonna be your worst enemy that day.” 

Tyreek has been a part of the game for eight years now. How many more will he stay in the game?  On the show on Sports Radio 810WHB, the 29-year-old Miami Dolphins wide receiver stated that he would like to play for another three years, until his contract with the Dolphins, then he plans on calling it quits.


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 “I’m going for 10[years], man. I want to finish out my contract with the Dolphins[in 2025], and then I’m going to call it quits.”, Tyreek said. At the end of his contract, Hill will just be 31, and 10 seasons into the NFL. While not being conventional, he plans to move on with his life after his contract ends and go out while he’s on top. Furthermore, Hill expressed his desire to focus more on a surprising venture post-retirement.


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NFL star Tyreek Hill soon to be E-sports star?

The wide receiver has revealed his intention to retire from the NFL at the end of the 2025 season and has plans to establish his own esports franchise. Hill expressed his interest in the gaming industry and discussed the upcoming launch of his own gaming team, which is set to feature a mix of content creators and athletes.

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“So I really want to get into the gaming space. I really want to get huge in that and that’s kind of what I’m doing right now. I’m using my platform, creating a gaming team, which isn’t launched yet.”, Hill said in the interview. He even has sponsorships lined up! In preparation, Hill has been dedicating time to improving his gaming skills and has been streaming his Fortnite gameplays on Twitch for more than a month now In addition to his Twitch streams, Hill also has a podcast and a YouTube channel, which boasts more than 930,000 subscribers and where he also posts his streaming videos.

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Mohammad Asif Ansari

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Mohammad Asif Ansari is an NFL writer at EssentiallySports, with a passion for bringing sports news to life through engaging content. As an ardent sports fan, Ansari likes to cover core sports angles. His latest article, “Dallas Cowboys Reportedly Making It Difficult for Aaron Rodgers to Pursue His Dream Team” got a hoard of interested sports readers.

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