WATCH: Tyreek Hill gets a pick-six against Jameis Winston in charity flag football game

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Despite the Miami Dolphins holding workouts in recent days, wide receiver Tyreek Hill still found the time to get some work on the other side of the ball.

This past weekend, hip-hop artist Quavo threw a charity flag football game called “Huncho Day” that was hosted by the Fan Controlled Football league. The FCF has been gaining popularity due to its methods of fan engagement and the performance of former NFL receiver Terrell Owens.

Hill joined other NFL superstars and celebrities on Saturday, as they showed off their skills.

Probably the most entertaining point of the event was Hill intercepting New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston and turning on the jets, as he scored on the side but not before he gave a peace sign to the guy trying to run him down.

Do you hear that? That’s the sound of Mike McDaniel’s phone ringing. It’s Josh Boyer, and he’s asking for Hill to play defense.

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