It looks like Tyreek Hill recently paid his Miami Dolphins teammate Tua Tagovailoa a visit. But upon seeing the quarterback’s huge pet, Hill might have regretted his decision.
Tyreek afraid of Tua’s dog 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/LVxFpYDgyv
— Jacob Meshel (@JacobMeshel) May 15, 2022
It must feel great for Dolphins fans to see two of the team’s key players building chemistry off the field this offseason.
The Dolphins acquired Hill in late March this year. The move provided an upgrade to the team’s wide receiver corps. Hill is a three-time first-team All-Pro who helped his former team, the Kansas City Chiefs, win the Super Bowl in the 2019 season.
The massive offseason splash also proved to be a popular move within the organization. Several of the team’s players signaled their votes of approval shortly after the trade.
In addition, it seems that Hill has at least one of the Dolphins’ defensive players excited for upcoming practices. Safety Jevon Holland believes that going up against the “fastest player in the NFL” will help make the team’s defensive unit play better.
Hill has been quite busy this offseason. He has also been occasionally seen playing basketball. The Dolphins organization and its fans are likely hoping that Hill’s offseason activities will help the six-time Pro Bowler get prepared for the 2022 season.
It has been five years since Miami last saw playoff action. The Dolphins reached the postseason in the 2016 campaign, where they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card Round.
During the past two seasons, the team came close to earning a playoff berth. But it fell short in both years. Miami will look to change its fortunes this coming season.