Miami-Dade police wrapped up their investigation into Tyreek Hill following allegations of assault and battery, and he avoided charges.
Multiple reports say that he allegedly punched a man who worked at Haulover Marina after the two had a disagreement on Sunday.
Sports radio talk show host Andy Slater reported that Hill’s team boarded a ship without permission, and Hill slapped the clerk on the back of the neck. The employee did not want to press charges.
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Slater says employees told police Hill said, «I can buy you and the boat,» informing them that he was «number 10 with the Miami Dolphins.»
Miami-Dade police were seen at the marina Monday and police confirmed the investigation was underway Tuesday.
The catcher is entering his second season with the Dolphins after spending his first six seasons with the Kansas City Chiefswinning Super Bowl LIV with them.
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Hill has been a Pro Bowler in each of his first seven seasons, and last season, he was named a first-team All-Pro for the fourth time.
The 29-year-old racked up career-highs with 119 receptions and 1,710 receiving yards.
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Miami minicamp was June 6-8. His reporting date for training camp has not been announced.