Days after revealing shocking retirement plan, Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill hails Tua Tagovailoa as MVP

In a stunning turn of events, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who recently announced his shocking (and funny) retirement plan, has taken to social media to hail his teammate Tua Tagovailoa as a legitimate MVP candidate. Hill’s bizarre retirement plan had left fans and pundits in disbelief, but his high praise for Tagovailoa has ignited new excitement within the Dolphins’ fan base.

Tagovailoa has taken the league by storm, generating insane numbers in the first three games of the season. The budding QB has won the hearts of the Dolphins faithful and is showing incredible promise for the rest of the season.

Hill hails Tua Tagovailoa as MVP

Over the years, Tyreek Hill has created a name for himself as one of the fastest players going around in the NFL circuit. With his stature, vouching for Tagovailoa’s skills will surely bolster the 25-year-old’s value, along with his confidence levels.

Hill said, “The way that Tua is playing right now is definitely MVP level. Me being on the sideline watching the fans chant ‘MVP’ gave me chills. It was almost like a LeBron free-throw moment. Boy, I got chills for you in my body.”

If Tagovailoa can continue to develop his skills and build on the chemistry he developed with Hill, there’s no doubt he could become a legitimate MVP candidate. The NFL has seen a shift towards younger quarterbacks dominating the league, with the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Justin Herbert leading the way. Tagovailoa’s name is now being thrown into that elite group of young signal-callers, and Hill’s endorsement only adds to the buzz.

Tyreek Hill’s big career move after football

While his career is going strong with the Dolphins at the moment, Tyreek Hill has already started looking at future career prospects. Bizarre ones, at that. In a recent interview with Buccaneers star Mike Evans on Twitch, Hill said, “When I retire, bro, I really wanna be a porn star, bro,” he said. “Like, dead serious. You think I got that?”

Aside from this career option, Tyreek Hill went on to talk about other career prospects as well. He said, “I’m going for 10 [seasons], man. I’m gonna finish out this contract with the Dolphins and then I’m gonna call it quits. I want to go into the business side. I want to do so many things in my life, bro.”

What are your thoughts on Tyreek Hill and Tua Tagovailoa’s future at the Miami Dolphins? Share with us in the comments.

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