Tyreek Hill Comments on Chiefs Fans’ Criticism of Draft Selection

May 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New Kansas City Chiefs running back Tyreek Hill is trying to move on.
Hill, the Chiefs' fifth-round pick from this year's NFL draft out of Oklahoma State, has been on probation since August for a domestic violence incident that occurred in December 2014, and he's well aware of the criticism from Chiefs fans toward him.  
"Those guys, those fans, they have every right to be mad at me,'' Hill said, per Adam Teicher of ESPN.com.
Hill was charged with domestic violence and sentenced to three years probation after punching and choking his then-eight-week-pregnant girlfriend. He was dismissed from the Oklahoma State football and track programs following his arrest.
"I did something wrong. I just let my emotions get the best of me, and I shouldn't have [done] it," Hill said, per Teicher. "They have every right to be mad. But guess what? I [plan] to come back and be a better man and be a better citizen and everything will take care of itself.''
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