Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill took a big hit from Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey at the Pro Bowl Games during a non-contact flag football event.
The blow came during the first flag football game on Sunday afternoon. Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams caught a pass from Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley. Adams was drawing the attention of the NFC defensive players and tossed the ball to Hill before they grabbed the flag from him.
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Hill crossed the goal line, but Ramsey’s drive carried him through the Dolphins star. Hill was knocked down, but at least the AFC still picked up the points.
No one appeared to be injured on the play, but Hill tweeted his frustration.
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«This is supposed to (sic) be flag while they take my cleats off,» Hill tweeted.
He added: «Ramsey is shooting me from the returns specialist’s comment.»
Hill and Ramsey traded spikes in 2018 when Hill was playing for the Kansas City Chiefs and Ramsey was with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ramsey made a point of marketing Hill as a good «return specialist» at the time, according to the Florida Times-Union.
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Meanwhile, there was an injury during the Pro Bowl Games. Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett dislocated his toe during one of the skills competitions.