Threats to Tyreek Hill were not enough to suspend it, the NFL announced Friday.
The NFL will not suspend the receiver of the Chief Executives under his personal transport policy in the case of domestic violence involving his 3 year old son.
The series in a Friday statement states that it did not receive access to information in court proceedings, and a district solicitor said in June that an investigation had fallen because officials could not prove who the boy was injured.
Espinal Crystal Hill and fiancee tape was arguing that his child was afraid his hand was broken by his 3 year old son with Espinal Hill Hill.
“You must also be scared of me, a bitch,” Hill allegedly said the recording. 'That's why you can't keep a king.'
The series states that “the information developed in court proceedings is confidential and not shared with us” and all law enforcement records are sealed.
The statement states: “Local law enforcement authorities publicly stated that the evidence available to them does not allow for the persons who caused the child's injuries.”
The Hill Executive suspended Hill Hill in April, although the team is allowing him to return to a training camp.
“We have informed the decision of the National Football League, based on the evidence available, that the league did not find that Tyreek Hill violated NFL's Personal Transport Policy,” the Chiefs said in a statement. “Based on the information provided by the league, we decided that it is appropriate for Tyreek to return to the team at the start of the training camp. The club fully supports the conditions for the return set out at the league and will continue to monitor any new developments in the case. We are pleased to welcome Tyreek back to the team and we look forward to starting the training camp next week. ”