Tyreek Hill is certainly on his way out of town in Kansas City after the Chiefs informed him he could seek a trade once contract talks stalled out.
Adam Schefter reports both the Jets and the Dolphins have trades in place for Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill. He says now Hill gets to decide where he wants to play.
Connor Hughes reported earlier he was told “the ball is in [Hill’s] court” regarding a trade. Schefter says Hill is “torn.”
Aaron Wilson added earlier that the asking price is expected to be around two first-round picks.
The 28-year-old is entering a contract year with the Chiefs, the final year of a three-year, $54 million extension he signed in 2019. He was seeking a substantial raise in the wake of 2022 free agency, which reset the receiver market because of several deals that included what the Raiders gave Davante Adams. Kansas City has offered the former Super Bowl champion an extension that would make him one of the game’s highest-paid at his position, but he wants to be the highest-paid.
Kansas City appears to be preparing for his exit, recently signing former Steelers starter JuJu Smith-Schuster.