Miami Dolphins wideout Tyreek Hill took to Twitter to voice how displeased he is with the pressure on players to show up for voluntary workouts.
Tyreek Hill has never been one to shy away from speaking his voice on social media and that’s not going to change now that he’s on the Miami Dolphins. Now, Hill has made it quite clear he’s not a fan of ‘voluntary’ workouts for players in the league.
Hill basically said that players will be traded if they don’t show up for things, even if they’re not required to put on their cleats and grind.
Tyreek Hill is not a fan of voluntary workouts in the NFL
All this from a tweet calling out Airbnb for its cleaning fee? That’s exactly what we have here, but Hill may have a point. There’s also circumstances where fans call out veteran players if they don’t show up. That’s just how things have been over the years.
While this might be the case, Hill isn’t going to worry too much about this, as he’s getting ready for his fresh start in a new home. After contract talks didn’t go according to plan with the Chiefs, Hill was traded to Miami and he’s ready to ball out catching the ball from Tua Tagovailoa.
Hill is without question one of the most electric players in the game, with his breakaway speed being downright impressive. He’s expected to open the field for the Miami offense as a whole.
Come Week 1, Miami fans will be ready to see if Hill can live up to the hype. He’ll be ready to live up to expectations and help the Dolphins win some big games from start to finish in 2022.