Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill on if he’s faster than Usain Bolt: ‘Of course I am’

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Miami Dolphins superstar wide receiver Tyreek Hill is arguably the fastest player in the entire NFL. He’s used that blazing speed to help him become one of the best receivers in the league.

Hill is very confident in his own abilities, and when he was recently asked by Kevin Hart if he is faster than Usain Bolt, Hill responded quickly.

“Of course I am,” Hill responded to Hart’s question. “I’m faster than Usain Bolt.”

Despite engaging in some fairly entertaining trash-talk recently, Hill and Bolt have yet to race one another. Bolt is willing to put up one of his many gold medals in a race while Hill is open to betting his Super Bowl ring.

A race between the two stars would surely be very exciting. Hopefully, Bolt and Hill will eventually race each other and settle the debate regarding who is faster.

However, Hill is likely more focused on helping the Dolphins make it to the playoffs during the upcoming season. After spending six seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, the former fifth-round pick was acquired by the Dolphins in a blockbuster trade back in late March.

Last season, the 28-year-old caught 111 passes for 1,239 yards and nine touchdowns. He was named a Pro Bowler, marking his sixth selection to the event.

Hill figures to be a very nice addition to the Dolphins’ receiving corps. He, Jaylen Waddle and Cedrick Wilson Jr. will surely help quarterback Tua Tagovailoa take a step forward during his third season in the league.

With a new head coach in Mike McDaniel and many new impact players on Miami’s roster, expectations for the Dolphins have finally been heightened in South Florida.

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