The Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs are on tap to make major waves once again for the second-straight season when the two teams meet up on the field.
The Miami Dolphins will travel to Kansas City to face the Chiefs in 2023 and Tyreek Hill is talking the game up with a little warning.
The dynamic wide receiver was on a podcast recently and made it clear that when his new team faces his old team, “They know what we gonna do!”
Hill, who spent his entire career in K.C. before last year’s trade, stated he knows the signals and tells them they better change them.
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“Chiefs Kingdom, when the Miami Dolphins come to Arrowhead Stadium this year, guess what we going to do, guess what we going to do. I hate to throw up the peace sign against y’all, I hate to do it. Guess what, I’m going to be y’all worst enemy that day. I’m going to be y’all worst enemy that day. You better change the signals. I know every signal that y’all got.”
Andy Reid will certainly make sure no hand signals will be the same for Hill to give his team an edge.
It’s clear that Hill is planning on being prepared to face his former team. He also wants to show them what they lost when they decided to trade him instead of pay him.
Hill also made a few waves this week while at an autograph signing when a guy wearing a Browns jersey. Hill could be heard saying he wanted to go to Cleveland and followed that with a “They should have paid me” remark. We may never truly know if this was going to happen as the Browns were not a team considered a landing spot for Hill last season.
The Browns had spent a lot of draft capital and even more, money to land Deshaun Watson, so they were unlikely to make a deal for him.
In their one season without him, the Chiefs were still good enough to make it to the Super Bowl and defeat the Philadelphia Eagles.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.