Dolphins star Tyreek Hill ‘is being investigated for alleged assault and battery in Miami after an argument with a marina employee’
Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill is being investigated by the Miami-Dade Police Department in an alleged physical incident at Haulover Marina, according to a report.
The wide receiver is being investigated for allegedly getting his hands on a man during an argument with a charter company employee at the marina, according to Local 10 News.
Police confirmed to TMZ that they are investigating an alleged assault involving the NFL player.
DailyMail.com has contacted Hill’s agent Drew Rosenhaus and the Miami-Dade Police Department for comment and confirmation.
It is currently unknown if Hill will face charges for the alleged incident or if the man was injured.
Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill is being investigated by Miami police in an alleged assault
Hill shared an Instagram Story from a boat on Father’s Day on Sunday.
Earlier Tuesday, his agent Rosenhaus shared a video of him swimming with and wrestling with a shark caught on a fishing line and received a mixed reaction regarding the timing.
Rosenhaus posted the video to his social media accounts on Tuesday afternoon along with the caption; ‘I went fishing with @cheetah and @blacktiph, @nflrecord. I decided to approach this Dusky Shark’.
Hill is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL and has made the Pro Bowl in his seven seasons in the league.
He spent last season with the Dolphins after six seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs.
However, he surprised fans this offseason when he announced his intention to retire after the 2025-26 season, which would be his tenth in the NFL.
‘I’m leaving for 10 [seasons]dude,’ Hill, who will be 31 when his contract expires after the 2025 season, told Sports Radio 810 in Kansas City, Missouri, in April.
“I’m going to finish this contract with the Dolphins, then I’m going to quit.” I want to get into the business side. I want to do so many things in my life, bro.
Hill was traded to the Dolphins in March 2022 and signed a four-year, $120 million extension that made him the NFL’s highest-paid receiver by annual average value.
“So I really want to get into, like, the play space,” Hill said. “I really want to get huge in this, and that’s kind of what I’m doing right now. I use my platform, I create a game team, which is not launched yet.’