“Kind of Hard,” Tyreek Hill’s candid reflection on watching Chiefs win Super Bowl 57 

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill missed out on two Super Bowls after he was traded from the Chiefs to the Dolphins. In a recent interview, the WR shared how he felt watching his former team win two Super Bowls right after he left the team. He said that it was hard for him to watch the Chiefs win Super Bowl 57.

“The first year that they went, me and my wife took a trip to Tokyo because it was kind of hard for me,” Hill said. 

Hill further stated that in this hard time, his wife helped him cope with the situation. 

“I don’t want to look at no game, I don’t want to look at nothing. She was like ‘Babe, let’s just go to Tokyo, let’s just get away from it and let’s do our thing.'”

While the first year was hard for Tyreek Hill to watch his former team win a Super Bowl right after he left them, the WR shared that the second year he was rooting for the Chiefs. 

“The second year, this year when they won, I watched the whole game. I was like ‘Y’all gotta win this thing.’ You feel me? I’m cool now. But the first year it was kind of hard, trying to get over that hump of seeing the guys do their thing out there.”

It must have been hard for Tyreek Hill to watch his former teammates, with whom he also had some issues, live their dreams while he struggled with his new team. However, his overall trade to the Miami Dolphins did work out for Tyreek Hill. 

Tyreek Hill’s move to the Dolphins worked out well 

Tyreek Hill was traded to the Miami Dolphins in March 2022 in a blockbuster trade because he was dissatisfied with his pay in Kansas City.

After joining the Dolphins, Tyreek Hill secured a massive four-year, $120 million contract, which made him the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL.

Tyreek Hill
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Hill had been performing exceptionally well with the Dolphins, recording over 1,700 receiving yards in consecutive seasons. In the previous season, he had a career year with 1,799 receiving yards, nearly reaching the historic milestone of 2,000 yards before being sidelined by an ankle injury.

Now, Tyreek Hill aims to end the Miami Dolphins’ 50-year Super Bowl drought and secure the Lombardi Trophy for the team.

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