WATCH: Video Of Tyreek Hill’s Marina Assault Leaks Out!

On the first day of Miami Dolphins training camp, wide receiver Tyreek Hill spoke to the media about the recent Father’s Day altercation that took place at Haulover Marina in Miami Beach.

Hill, who recently reached a settlement with the alleged victim of the assault, addressed the incident and potential disciplinary actions.

Hill began by acknowledging his cooperation with the NFL in the ongoing investigation, stating: “I am currently cooperating with the NFL to determine the next steps regarding the situation.”

He also mentioned that while he isn’t overly concerned about a suspension, he recognizes the need to make better decisions in the future.

“When I come here to play ball, I’m able to get away from all that, at the end of the day. That’s the great thing about football. God has blessed me to be able to perform and do what I do. I’m blessed and grateful for that. I just can’t make boneheaded mistakes like that,” he explained.

FOX Sports South Florida radio host Andy Slater released footage of the incident…

Dolphins Head Coach Mike McDaniel addressed the incident, expressing the team’s cooperation with the NFL’s investigation. He emphasized the importance of gathering all relevant information before reaching any conclusions.

“In situations like that, everyone is disappointed in what we’re talking about,” McDaniel stated. “It’s important, when you’re in charge of making decisions, to reserve as much judgment as possible until all the information is collected.”

McDaniel reassured that the Dolphins are in constant communication with the league throughout the investigation. He expressed a forward-looking attitude towards training camp and the upcoming season, saying, “I’m looking forward to practice until we continue as information comes our way.”

Hill is entering his second season with the Dolphins after a standout 2022 campaign, where he recorded an impressive 119 catches for 1,710 yards and seven touchdowns.

His potential absence due to any suspension could pose a challenge for Miami as they aim to compete in the fiercely competitive AFC East.

As the NFL’s investigation progresses, both Hill and the Dolphins organization will await the league’s decision on potential disciplinary measures. 

As the video shows, there wasn’t too much “assaulting” going on. However, Hill is a repeat offender when it comes to this type of stuff, so he didn’t do himself too many favors.

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