On more than a couple occasions since being traded in March, Tyreek Hill has turned some heads with comments he's made about his time in Kansas City. Whether it was about his usage in the offense, or how accurate Patrick Mahomes is or isn't, there's clearly some sort of growing feud between Hill and, at the very least, Chiefs fans. But while talking to 610's The Drive on Monday afternoon Jonathan Zaslow, of WQAM in Miami, said that Hill's comments are nearly creating the same level of controversy in South Beach.
"[They] honestly don't care," he said. "It's not a big thing down here. I talked about it on my show this morning for, like, five minutes. It's not a big thing ... Now you've got a big time wide receiver here who's like, you know what, I'm going to back my guy. He's saying it had to be said, but what I think Tyreek Hill is really meaning there is yeah, he's gotten to workout with Tua for a little bit, and he's going to let everybody know that he thinks he's a good quarterback and they're going to have a good season. All he's doing is out there supporting his guy. Nobody thinks that he's better in any capacity than Patrick Mahomes. Tyreek Hill's just out here trying to hype up his guy, trying to give his guy some confidence."
You can listen to the entire interview in the embedded player below: