The NFL has made a decision on whether or not Tyreek Hill will be punished following accusations of assault stemming from an incident that took place at Miami’s Haulover Marina in June.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the league won’t be taking any action against the Dolphins wide receiver.
Hill allegedly hit a marina employee during an altercation earlier in the summer, with Miami sports show host Andy Slater reporting that the wideout slapped the employee on the back of his head.
Slater also released footage of the incident last month.
The employee, who was reportedly offered a $200 payment by Hill right after the fracas, declined to press charges, though the incident was being investigated by Miami-Dade police.
Attorneys for both parties announced the matter was over and done with in July.
“The parties to the incident which occurred on June 18th, 2023, at the Haulover Marina involving Tyreek Hill have resolved their differences,” they said in a statement.
Hill previously claimed he wasn’t worried about a potential suspension from the league. It appears he won’t be getting one.
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