NFL: Tyreek Hill plans to retire after 2025 season

Retirement is approaching for Tyreek Hill.

The receiver said he plans to retire after the 2025 season, when he concludes his current four-year contract with the Miami Dolphins, which pays him $120 million. He will then be 31 years old.

“I want to go to 10 [saisons] man, said Hill on the airwaves of the 810 WHM of Kansas City. I will finish my contract with the Dolphins and then it will be over. I want to go into business. I want to do so many things in my life! »

The 29-year-old Hill was acquired by the Dolphins from the Chiefs before the 2022 season. He played in 17 games last season, amassing a career-high 1,790 yards on 170 receptions and seven touchdowns.

A fifth-round pick in 2016, Hill vowed he would hurt the Chiefs next season when the Dolphins visit.

« Chiefs Kingdom, when the Miami Dolphins come to Arrowhead Stadium, guess what we’re gonna do? Hill told former teammates Anthony Sherman and Gehrig Dieter, who are the hosts.

“Guess what we’re going to do. I don’t like to say it. I don’t like to vomit on peace against you. I don’t like doing it. But guess what? I will be your worst enemy all day. »

Hill was a member of the Chiefs team that won the Super Bowl in 2019.


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