ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Coach Andy Reid said Kansas City bosses would welcome Pro Bowl recipient Tyreek Hill back as the team's training camp kicks off on Saturday.
To bring him back here and have the opportunity to do what he likes to do again, Reid said on Tuesday at Missouri Western State University where the Chiefs will begin a three-day minicamp for quarterbacks and rookies rely on Tyreek and we will be positive.
"I had the opportunity to talk to him in person, I actually spent quite a bit of time with him, he felt guilty about having to go through all of what we went through, and he had to go through it He wants to go back and he wants to do what he needs to do to be a father and to be a player here, he is very aware of that. "
The Chiefs suspended Hill from their off-season in April Program, including all practices, after a television station in Kansas City published audio of Hill and his fiancé, who accused Hill of abusing her son. Hill had been investigated by the Johnson County (Kansas) district attorney's office for alleged child maltreatment, but the prosecutor announced in April that Hill would not be charged with investigating and was released to attend with the chiefs when training camp begins.
"He has a little catching up to do," said Reid. "We've got some new things in. He and Patrick [Mahomes] worked together and the receiving core is very tight and they were all together, I'm sure they'll catch him, but until you get out there and do it, you have It will not do so, so there will be some new things for him. "
Mahomes, the chiefs quarterback, wasted little time throwing at Hill. He said he threw Hill on Friday after hearing that Hill would not be suspended.
"He's ready to be out here and be a part of the boys and enjoy that, staying in touch with your teammates with whom you've built relationships and keeping us in touch as much as possible with him remained." and it was good to welcome him back now and be part of the team and [we] build the team we want to build.
"He's obviously a great footballer and a good friend of mine, and I work a lot with someone, and I'm happy to have him back here with us and continue to build that chemistry."