How Tyreek Hill went from ugly accusation to Super Bowl 2020

New York Post
How Tyreek Hill went from ugly accusation to Super Bowl 2020
How Tyreek Hill went from ugly accusation to Super Bowl 2020

MIAMI — There was a time last spring that it would have been hard to imagine Tyreek Hill sitting on a podium here Monday night at Marlins Park talking about playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday. Hill was accused of breaking his 3-year-old son's arm in March, then audio surfaced in April of him speaking in a threatening tone to his fiancée. He was not permitted to participate in any activities with the Chiefs all spring or go to their building. Ultimately, the district attorney in Johnson County, Kan. decided not to press charges and the NFL said there was not enough evidence to suspend him, clearing the way for Hill to play this season. Now, he is at Super Bowl 2020 with a chance to be a star

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