Fans are not at all happy with the partial release of the NFL schedule, mainly because of Tyreek Hill.
The wide receiver will be facing his former team, the Kansas City Chiefs, this coming season. But it will not be on U.S. soil as the expected Arrowhead Stadium matchup will not be taking place at the Arrowhead Stadium.
The league announced on Wednesday morning that the Chiefs will be hosting the Miami Dolphins in Germany. Admittedly, the Chiefs were long due a home game in Frankfurt, but not having Hill return to Arrowhead for the first time since he was traded isn’t sitting well with fans.
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Hill was dealt to the Fins ahead of the 2022 season after spending the first six years of his career with the Chiefs. The wideout made the Pro Bowl in each of the six seasons and was a first-team All-Pro in three of them. Things didn’t change all that much in Miami as he made a fourth All-Pro last term, as well as a seventh Pro Bowl.
The Chiefs are now set to host Hill’s Dolphins on November 5 in a Week 9 contest, the biggest of the NFL’s five international games. The Indianapolis Colts will also be playing in Frankfurt as they’re to face New England Patriots therein, with the matchup scheduled for November 12.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.