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Tyreek Hill was very worried when he left practice on Tuesday, but Andy Reid made it sound like it wasn’t too serious.
Of course, when the Kansas City Chiefs superstar, Wideout saw Tyreek Hill walk off the training ground with a knee injury, he was very worried. Hill is not only one of the fastest guys in the league, but also an important part of the KC offensive.
Any kind of knee injury for a player of his caliber is enough to get eyebrows raised anywhere. Fortunately, head coach Andy Reid came out and provided an update on Hill, but things don’t seem too serious.
Tyreek Hill deals with hamstring inflammation at training camp
As worrying as it was to see Hill leave practice, the Chiefs aren’t too worried here as the man known as the “Cheetah” is just struggling with hamstring. At the end of the day, it looks like Hill was just dropped out of training as a precaution.
The team will of course want to be careful as Hill moves forward. The absolute last thing they want to see is pushing things here and making him miss out on something for a long time. It wouldn’t be a shock to see Hill take a day or two off just to make sure he’s done.
However, with his competitive nature, keeping him off the training field is definitely easier said than done. After being blown up for 1,276 yards and 15 touchdowns last year, Hill will be ready to play again this season. The most important thing is that he has to make sure that the knee is not causing him any problems and that it is not slowing him down at all once week 1 comes.