The NFL and the Players 'Association have reworked the same tape in which Tyree Hill's spokesperson and Kansas City Chiefs' fiancée discuss injuries to their child broadcast by a television channel last week, ESPN President Dan Graziano said The league has so far rejected the use of the Commissioner's exempt list in the offseason, but is considering a waiver in this case, probably as early as this week, as Hill is in an ongoing criminal investigation. The term is used to keep a player away from the field during the period while the league is reviewing an indictment or allegation and coming to a final decision on the discipline, and the league usually waits for the legal system to complete its process, which is precisely the The case was reopened in Kansas City last week after the prosecution received the audio from a local television station.
The exemption normally works as a lock, but since players are not paid in the off-season, this does not apply in this case. On the commissioner's exempt list Hill was banned by the NFL from participating in practices and other team activities.
Hill was already abusing his son after the audio interfaces on Wednesday, during which he discussed being excluded from any team activities. Hill also told his fiancee Crystal Espinal that she should "panic" during an eleven-minute discussion that took place at an airport in Dubai.
The audio data appeared one day after the prosecution refused to sue Hill. A Domestic Violence Investigation. They said at the time that they were convinced that a crime had taken place, but they could not tell if Hill or Espinal had hurt their son.
The prosecutor, Steve Howe, Johnson County District Attorney, opened the police case again on Friday after receiving the audio file from KCTV in Kansas City.
Chiefs owner Clark Hunt said on Saturday that the team was carrying out its own internal investigation, although it is unclear how much information the Johnson County District Attorney's Office will provide. There was speculation that the Chiefs Hill could release Hill as soon as this weekend's NFL draft is over, but Hunt declined to talk about these internal considerations. "There are a number of ongoing investigations into Tyreek, and we have to go through this process. "