Tyreek Hill knows what he wants so he decided to shoot his shot.
It all started when Bally Sports’ NFL correspondent Annie Agar took to Twitter and posted herself rocking an Indycar series outfit as she got ready to hop in a car and take a ride around the track.
In her caption, she brought up Tyreek Hill, saying, “This is how Tyreek Hill feels all the time isn’t it. never felt faster. Indycar, thanks so much for having me out! unreal experience.”
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The Miami Dolphins saw Agar speaking about him, so he promptly jumped online and quote-tweeted her video with him taking his shot.
“Annie if you want my number just say that”
Agar responded back to him in a savage way by bringing up the kid at his football camp that broke his ankles.
“Appreciate you man saw the video of that kid at your camp tho, looked like he already had your number”
Hill responded back with a simple GIF:
Hill is known for his speed and agility on the field, and has earned several honors and awards during his career, but he definitely got dusted by Agar in this exchange.
Despite his talents, he has also been the subject of controversy due to off-field issues, including accusations of domestic violence. Not exactly the type of thing women will find attractive in a mate.
Earlier this month, Hill, who turned 29 in March, told Sports Radio 810 WHB he wants to play for three more years and retire after the 2025 season.
“I’m going for 10 [NFL seasons],” he said. “I’m gonna finish out this contract with the Dolphins, man, and then I’m gonna call it quits. I want to go into the business side. … I want to do so many things in my life, bro.”
This would be a surprisingly short career for one of the most electric players in the NFL. Hill has made the Pro Bowl every season of his career and is also a four-time All-Pro. He also ranks third in receiving touchdowns, fourth in yards per reception, fourth in receptions, and seventh in receiving yards per game since he entered the league in 2016.
Hill enjoyed a tremendous six-year career with the Kansas City Chiefs but was traded to the Miami Dolphins during the 2022 offseason. He signed a massive four-year, $120 million contract extension with the Dolphins that pays him a league-high $30 million annually.
His former team promptly won the Super Bowl without him.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.