Tyreek Hill suffers right hamstring injury, heads to locker room
Tyreek Hill gave Kansas City Chiefs fans a scare on Monday night.
Hill came up limping after going deep on a 3rd-and-20 play in the first quarter of the Chiefs’ game against the Los Angeles Chargers in Mexico City. He was grabbing at his right hamstring as he limped off the field.
When ESPN’s telecast returned from commercial, they showed a video clip of Hill lying on a table getting his right hamstring worked on.
The Chiefs wide receiver later headed to the locker room.
Hill entered the game with 33 catches for 543 and five touchdowns on the season. A dynamic playmaker, Hill scored 14 touchdowns last season. This season he showed off his truly elite speed on a teammate’s touchdown.