Tyreek Hill revealed this week that he is among a handful of Chiefs stars approached by the club about restructuring his current contract.
The 27-year-old had no interest in doing so. Hill signed a three-year, $54 million contract extension with the Chiefs in 2019.
“Believe this or not, I’m not going to get too much into the details on it, the Chiefs did ask me to restructure,” Hill told FOX 4 reporter Pat McGonigle on Thursday. “Me and my family, we just thought that [wasn’t] the best situation for me. So, it is what it is. Like I said, I’m just here to play football. I just let my family and my agent deal with all that because I feel like if I get into that, then all the fun will be taken out of it for me. So I just want to play ball.
“I just don’t get into all that. Once I sign, I’m signed. I don’t want to get into that no more because it’s a hassle.”
The Chiefs are coming off a second-straight Super Bowl appearance, but a loss this time around to the Tampa Bay Bucs.
In 2020, Tyreek Hill was selected for the First-Team for the third time in his career. Hill hauled in 1,276 receiving yards and scored 17 total touchdowns, 15 of which were touchdown catches.