Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt says team will make ‘right decision’ on Tyreek Hill
Kansas City Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt has an important decision to make in regard to wide receiver Tyreek Hill’s future with the team. However, Clark has said that the team will make the “right decision” at the “right time,” per Adam Teicher of ESPN.
The Chiefs recently suspended Hill from their offseason workouts shortly after an audio recording discussing potential abuse of their 3-year-old son with his fiancee was released. Hunt says that the organization was “deeply disturbed” by the recording, which is why they acted the way they did.
“We were deeply disturbed by the audio … and that’s why he’s not with the organization at this point,” Hunt said. “We would expect that to be the case until we have to work our way through whatever information we’re able to get.
“There are a couple of ongoing investigations related to Tyreek, and we’re going to have to let that process play out.”
The Chiefs face a somewhat similar decision with Hill that they made with Kareem Hunt last year. The Chiefs released Hunt shortly after a video surfaced of him shoving and kicking a woman. But the Chiefs chairman did not provide a timetable for a resolution to the Hill situation.
At this point, it seems like the most logical conclusion is for the Chiefs to part ways with Hill, who has a prior history of violence that the team was already aware of.
It would certainly be a major blow for the Chiefs to lose two of their top playmakers in such a relatively short amount of time.
But if Hunt is to stick to his word that the team will make the “right decision,” then that means they’ll move on from Hill.