Tyreek Hill shares which cornerback is the toughest to go against

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The Miami Dolphins spent a lot to bring in wide receiver Tyreek Hill this offseason, as they gave the Kansas City Chiefs five draft picks before giving the wideout a four-year extension worth $120 million.

General manager Chris Grier did all of that to make sure Miami’s offense had a weapon that could take the unit to the next level. Hill was able to do that during his time with the Chiefs, as evidenced by his six Pro Bowls in six seasons in the league.

Hill made an appearance on comedian Kevin Hart’s show “Cold as Balls,” and Hart asked about his background and his career with Kansas City. Hart also asked the former Tiger which cornerback presented the toughest matchup for him.

“There’s some good d-backs, man,” Hill said. “Probably Xavien Howard, Miami Dolphins. He’s real good.”

Hill listed Jalen Ramsey, Chris Harris and Tre White as well, but Howard was the first name out of his mouth. He’ll have to worry about that more often in practice but won’t have to deal with it on Sundays.

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