Tyreek Hill adds fuel to speculation that Liam Eichenberg has burner account on X

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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill added to speculation that Dolphins offensive lineman Liam Eichenberg has a burner account on the social media platform X (previously known as Twitter).

Hill referred to Eichenberg as “Nancy” — which appears to be part of the name of his alleged burner account — while sharing a post on how well the Dolphins lineman has been playing as of late.

Apparently, Eichenberg has been rumored to have a burner account under the name “Nancy Pumposi.”

This isn’t the first time that Hill has tweeted about the “Nancy” account either.

This is a pretty hilarious situation for the Dolphins, and Hill clearly isn’t going to let his teammate get away with hiding on social media behind a burner account. Of course, it can’t be said for sure whether the account actually belongs to Eichenberg.

Regardless, Eichenberg shouldn’t be too worried about hiding, as he deserves a ton of credit for his play for the Dolphins lately.

He’s started seven of the 11 games that he’s appeared in for Miami in the 2023 campaign. He’s been reliable from an availability standpoint with the Dolphins needing help on the offensive line. The team has dealt with injuries to players like Terron Armstead, Robert Hunt and Isaiah Wynn this season.

According to Pro Football Focus, Eichenberg has allowed two sacks this season and been called for three penalties. In recent weeks, he has taken things up a notch.

After beating the Washington Commanders in Week 13, the Dolphins have a real shot at the No. 1 seed in the AFC, especially since the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football.

The squad will need players like Hill and Eichenberg to continue to play at a high level if the team wants to make a deep playoff run.

While Hill seems to love to playfully jab at his offensive lineman on social media, it just goes to show how much fun the Dolphins are having as a team right now. That chemistry could be crucial to the team having success for the rest of the regular season and beyond.

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Peter is a graduate of Quinnipiac University where he covered the MAAC and college basketball for three years. He has worked for NBC Sports, the Connecticut Sun and the Meriden Record-Journal covering basketball and other major sports. Follow him on Twitter @peterdewey2.