Chiefs vs Dolphins Injury Report: Is Tyreek Hill going to play in NFL 2023-24 AFC wild card game?

The Miami Dolphins are set to face the Chiefs in Kansas City for the AFC Wildcard round. The game is crucial considering Tyreek Hill might return to Kansas City, but this time not as a player but as an opponent.

Hill joined the Dolphins in 2022 after playing for the Chiefs for six years. Therefore, fans are anticipating his return to Kansas City to play against his former team. However, the WR suffered a quad injury making his participation in the game uncertain.

Is Tyreek Hill going to play in Chiefs vs Dolphins AFC wild card game?

Tyreek Hill, who tied the knot in the NFL bye week, got a quad injury, but fortunately, he was not placed on the injured list which means he will play for the Dolphins against his former team Chiefs. The WR was a limited participant in practice on both Tuesday and Wednesday leading up to the game.

Tyreek Hill
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This will be his first game at Arrowhead Stadium since joining the Miami Dolphins in 2022. Hill’s return is anticipated to be met with boos, fueled by his active social media comments against the team since the trade.

However, the Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce expects the Kansas City crowd to show Tyreek Hill love, emphasizing Hill’s positive off-field contributions to the community.

“I expect KC to give him nothing but love. He’ll forever be loved in this city because of who he was off the field in this community,” the TE said.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes highlighted the competitive nature on the field despite friendships off the field, expressing mutual respect with Tyreek Hill.

“We’re competitors. You’ve seen me — I have that fire and he’s the same way That’s what makes him so great. And we’re still friends in the offseason and all that, but when you’re on the field, you’re competing to win. That’s just how it is.”

While the Chiefs players still love and respect Tyreek Hill, the focus will be on defeating him. This game is crucial for both the Dolphins and the Chiefs. The Dolphins are in the postseason for consecutive years for the first time since 2001 and the Chiefs are set to play their 15th straight home playoff game, dating back to January 15, 2017.

Chiefs vs Dolphins full injury report for AFC wild card game 

Chiefs had a vulnerable season marked by dropped passes by the team’s wide receiver corps. On the other hand, the Dolphins dominated the AFC East but experienced a late collapse, costing them the divisional title. The wild card round game is quite uncertain and anything can be expected. Let’s dive into the final injury reports of both teams:

Chiefs Injury Report

Ruled Out:

OT Wanya Morris (concussion)


  • WR Kadarius Toney (hip/ankle)
  • LS Justyn Ross (hamstring)

Toney’s injury combination makes him questionable for the game. Throughout the season, Toney faced criticism for game-costing mistakes like dropped passes or offside penalties.

Dolphins Final Injury Report

Ruled Out:

CB Xavien Howard (Foot)


  • RB Raheem Mostert (Knee)
  • WR Jaylen Waddle (Ankle)
  • DeShone Elliot (Calf)
  • Jevon Holland (Knees)

Notable Changes:

  • De’Von Achane and Tyreek Hill, both limited during the week, were removed from the injury report.
  • CB Jaylen Ramsey, dealing with a knee injury and limited all week, was also taken off the injury report.

Waddle and Mostert are crucial components of the Dolphins offense. The availability of both Mostert and Achane together could be key for the Dolphins success in the matchup.

These are the updated injury reports of both the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs. This highly anticipated game is scheduled for Jan 14 at 7 p.m. Arrowhead Time.

Maheen Zaib

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