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Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill reacts to viral shoving incident with WR coach Greg Lewis

Chiefs, Tyreek Hill, Greg Lewis

Things got a little heated on the Kansas City Chiefs’ bench on Sunday’s 22-17 win over the Cleveland Browns, as Tyreek Hill was visibly upset after a play.

The fiery WR was seen shoving wide receivers coach Greg Lewis after the Chiefs’ offensive drive resulted in a field goal rather than a touchdown.

As interesting as this storyline could be, there’s apparently nothing really to talk about. Hill took to Twitter to clarify that there’s zero animosity between him and his coach.

Just like the original tweet said, there’s really nothing to see here. The relationship between Tyreek Hill and Greg Lewis is as strong as ever.

Though fans only hear from Hill’s side, Lewis seems to be unbothered by the incident. The 40-year-old coach appeared to laugh off Hill’s overly-friendly tap. Plus, the Chiefs did end up with the huge W on Sunday, which meant everyone left the stadium with smiles on their faces.

Lewis has been in charge of Hill and the rest of the Chiefs’ receivers since 2017, and the relationship between him and Hill has helped the 26-year-old blossom into one of the best wideouts in the league today. On Sunday, Hill was at it again as he caught eight passes for 110 yards to help the defending champions eliminate the surging Browns.

With Patrick Mahomes’ health in question ahead of their AFC Championship game against the Buffalo Bills, Hill would need to bring his A-game once again if they want a shot at winning back-to-back titles.