Tyreek Hill hopes Tua Tagovailoa adopts a mindset similar to Patrick Mahomes’

The opponents from the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2023 championship season continue to speak out weeks after Super Bowl LVIII.

The latest player is Miami Dolphins All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who has plenty to say about his former team.

On the latest episode of The Pivot Podcast, Hill revealed his thoughts on his Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s attitude compared to Patrick Mahomes.

“That’s one thing our quarterback [Tua Tagovailoa] is going to add because, with Pat [Patrick Mahomes], we all had a relationship with Pat,” said Hill. “Like, we’d all hang out. We’d all do stuff outside of football, and in Miami, we’re still building that. It hasn’t got to that yet.”

The Chiefs defeated Hill’s Dolphins twice last year, once in the regular season and the wild-card round of the playoffs. Tua played well but didn’t match Mahomes’ performance, making gritty clutch plays to seal victories.

“This year, it’s going to get to that,” Hill explained. “We had some battles already, but it ain’t been a battle where it’s like we can have a conversation, but then we can come back the next play and be like, ‘Hey bro, I think you should do that.’ It’s been, ‘Nah, [expletive] you,’ I’ll talk to you later or next week.

“We don’t need that. It needs to be like, ‘Look, bro, we need to do this; you need to get open. I need to be better.’ And then we need to come back and talk about it, not have grudges against each other, because we’re all trying to win. Being able to have tough conversations is needed, I feel like.”

Hill remains confident that the Dolphins are the better team regardless of the Chiefs’ back-to-back Super Bowl titles since his trade. Spectators criticized Mahomes’ fiery attitude on the sidelines during the season, but it appears his teammates, including former Chiefs like Hill, see the value in his expressions.

Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire