Tyreek Hill says he’s going to be K.C.’s ‘worst enemy’ when Dolphins play Chiefs this season: ‘I know every signal y’all got’

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Star wide receiver Tyreek Hill spent the first six seasons of his NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs before getting traded to the Miami Dolphins in the 2022 offseason.

Hill has yet to get a chance to face off against his old team, but the Chiefs and Dolphins are scheduled to play against one another in the 2023 season. It seems like the seven-time Pro Bowler is ready for that matchup.

“When the Miami Dolphins come to Arrowhead Stadium this year, guess what we gon’ do?” Hill began. “… I hate to throw up the peace sign against y’all. I hate to do it. But guess what? I’ma be y’all worst enemy that day. … You better change the signals. I know every signal y’all got.”

The former fifth-round pick seems to really be hyped up about the future matchup, with all of the excitement surely coming from a place of love.

After all, Hill made it to six Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl as a member of the Chiefs. He also was named first-team All-Pro with them a total of three times.

Many believed that he was going to take a step back in his first season with the Dolphins due to not playing alongside Patrick Mahomes, but he clicked well with Tua Tagovailoa and caught 119 passes for 1,710 yards and seven touchdowns. The receptions and receiving yards are now career-highs for Hill.

The exact date of the Dolphins-Chiefs matchup has yet to be announced, though excitement for the game is already extremely high.

One of the reasons why Dolphins fans are excited for the contest is because it’ll likely serve as a great test for a team whose 2023 season might be championship or bust.

Mahomes and the Chiefs are always capable of putting up points in bunches, so Jalen Ramsey, David Long Jr., Vic Fangio and company will undoubtedly have their hands full on defense during that game.

Hill will do his best to help his team prepare by surely giving the Dolphins every last bit of information he remembers about the Chiefs from his time with them. However, that alone will not be enough to lift the Dolphins to victory. All units will have to deliver in order for Miami to come away with a win.

Fans of both teams will certainly circle this game’s date on their calendars once schedules for teams across the league are fully revealed.

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