- This is Tyreek Hill’s second allegation of criminal activity – the first since he has been in the NFL.
- With no evidence to be found against Hill, the NFL decided not to give Hill a fine or a suspension.
- Since the news, the Kansas City Chiefs are the favorite to win their division and second-favorite to win the Super Bowl.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NFL released a statement on Friday regarding the situation behind Tyreek Hill.
Hill was accused in March for allegedly abusing his child, breaking his arm in the process. He was banned from team activities since the end of April when an audio clip was released threatening his fiancée, Crystal Espinal, while discussing the child’s broken arm.
In the statement released by the NFL, Hill will not be fined nor suspended, as the NFL claims there was not enough evidence to move forward with a penalty.
The Johnson County investigators closed the case and sealed all of the documents pertaining to the matter. With this, the NFL was able to conduct an investigation themselves but ran into issues when attempting to reach a conclusion.
This isn’t the first serious accusation Hill has been accused of. As a player for Oklahoma State University, Hill received a three-year probation for domestic assault and battery on Espinal.
Betting Odds On The Chiefs
Since the news was released, the NFL betting odds surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs have increased to make them one of the favorites in the NFL.
With the three-time pro bowler returning to action, the Chiefs are the favorites to win the AFC West (-175) followed by the LA Chargers (+175).
To win the AFC Championship, the Chiefs (+400) only trail the New England Patriots (+350), as these two teams are also favored to win the Super Bowl as well.
Both of these teams met in the AFC Championship last year, while the Patriots got the best of them. This year, the Chiefs (+800) are second only to the Patriots (+600) to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
As for the Chiefs themselves, without a suspension for the two-time first-team All-Pro, the Chiefs’ win total for the season bumped up to 10.5 wins, where the over (-125) is the favorite.
Hill will report Chiefs training camp on Friday, July 26, when the veterans are scheduled to begin their workouts.
Michael began writing as an NBA content writer and has spent time scouting college basketball for Florida State University under Leonard Hamilton and the University of Alabama under Anthony Grant. A graduate of both schools, he covers topics focused on legal sports betting, betting odds, and casino reviews. Michael likes to golf, play basketball, hike, and kayak when not glued to the TV watching NBA games.