“I can always look at him as a brother,” Tyreek Hill drops truth bomb on his relationship with Patrick Mahomes after Miami Dolphins trade

Tyreek Hill explained his relationship with Patrick Mahomes after his big money move to the Miami Dolphins.

Tyreek Hill and Patrick Mahomes
Tyreek Hill and Patrick Mahomes

The Miami Dolphins made a massive coup during the offseason after making a trade for Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl winning wide receiver, Tyreek Hill. He received a massive deal in a move which ended his association with the franchise, one that dates back to 2017.

The 28-year old recently made an appearance on the season six premiere of “Cold As Balls” from LOL Network, created and hosted by actor/comedian Kevin Hart. The wide receiver revealed his relationship with Patrick Mahomes while speaking on the show.

Tyreek Hill also praised Kansas City Chiefs’ coaching staff for their inputs

“I feel like me and Pat (Patrick Mahomes) got a great relationship off the field,” Hill said. “I can always look at him as a brother. No matter what, I know I can always call him and count on him for anything.”

Tyreek Hill claimed that he and Patrick Mahomes have an excellent relationship off the field, which transpired to great things on the pitch for the duo. He also mentioned that despite him leaving the Chiefs he can still call on him for favours.

“Whoever Pat (Mahomes) wants to get the ball to, I’m down for it,” Hill said. “I’m just here for the team.”Hill would credit his former coaching staff for their game plan to help get him open during games. With the constant double teams and safety help in 2021, Hill admitted it was a challenge.

Tyreek Hill
Tyreek Hill

Tyreek Hill was also very appreciative of his former coaches, mostly head coach Andy Reid who has transformed him into a beast during the 6 years he spent in the franchise.

Tyreek Hill said, “It’s like frustrating sometimes, because when you’re going against your guy, you got a safety over the top, and you got the linebacker on the inside. It’s like, ‘Man, how are we gonna scheme me open?’ Andy Reid, Eric Bienemy, those guys are so great,” Hill said. “You know, they spend countless hours drawing up plays for myself, you know, being able to get the ball.”

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