Tyreek Hill Earns Another Peace Sign

March 23rd, 2022

UPDATED: The iconic moment of Antoine Winfield, Jr., flashing a peace sign in the face of Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill is a beautiful Super Bowl memory.

Today it is warranted again.

Reports have been flowing this morning that Hill, the six-time Pro Bowler, has been granted permission to seek a trade from Kansas City. It’s a contract issue; Hill wants a new one and it’s not for as much as the Chiefs want to pay.

Per ProFootballTalk.com, the Jets and Dolphins are very interested. And ESPN later called it a done deal, Hill is now Miami property.

Joe is all smiles. First, the Bucs play the Chiefs this season. Kansas City minus Hill is not the same threat. He’s not replaceable unless the Chiefs find an incredible gem in the draft. Second, this is all so fitting that it’s happening to Hill, like his arrogance got the best of him.

Joe can already hear the skeptics saying this could happen soon with the Bucs and Tom Brady. It won’t. Nice try.

54 Responses to “Tyreek Hill Earns Another Peace Sign”

  1. Its a Bucs Life Says:

    All these weak fans crying about opponents in 2022, Hill leaving would be a big blow to KC

  2. Bucfan Says:

    When you give your QB at the time of signing the highest contract ever it diminishes your chances of signing other players and that is why I am not a fan of players who require that much money over the teams goals.
    I prefer humble players like TB12 who sees the bigger (team) picture. I am all for getting a much as you can but at what price and the sacrifice for the ultimate prize being the Super Bowl.

  3. Upstate NY BUC Says:

    Just hope packers don’t make a move on him, KC wants 2 1st rounders… Packers have them after adams trade.

  4. D-Rok Says:

    I agree, Bucfan.

  5. AL121976 Says:

    Him going to the packers would be bad news, I hope the jets get him

  6. PassingThru Says:

    Actually, the receiving option that is not replaceable is Travis Kelce. Ty Hill can be partially neutralized with bracket coverage.

  7. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Somewhere right now Carlton Davis is breathing a sigh of relief

  8. Bird Says:

    Lavonte shut down kelce

  9. Bucs Guy Says:

    NFL should put something in the player agreement that no single player can earn more than 20% of the salary cap including options. NFLPA would never agree to it though.

  10. bucschamp Says:

    Tyreek to dolphins is ok

  11. Ash Says:

    Rumor is jets or dolphins doubt he would go to the Packers

  12. Steven007 Says:

    I’ve stated many many times that worrying about supposed strength of schedule before the season begins is ludicrous. We are seeing it play out in real time. We are now facing the Seahawks without Wilson. There is hopefully a good chance we will now face KC without Hill. As time passes, this scary scary schedule that we talked about after it first came out is starting to look as challenging as every other schedule of games. None of them are easy but they are all attainable if our own team performs to their potential.

  13. Lesco_Brandon Says:

    This is just for pundits to talk about and other teams get excited about. But in reality, Chiefs will not let him go.

  14. Duane Says:

    WRs are some of the biggest divas in the NFL. Looking forward to the continued flow of young talent at that position, and to a time where they are a dime a dozen so we can just move on from their drama. The legend of ME13 grows more every day…

  15. ViSyl Says:

    He got traded to the dolpins. One less opponent for us

  16. Rob In Land O Lakes Says:

    If this guy agrees to a trade to the Jets (presuming he has a say… and he would if it involves a contract extension), this guy is CLEARLY not a win first guy. Peace out in Gotham!

  17. theghost Says:

    AWJ peace sign to hill is my favorite moment in football history

  18. catcard202 Says:

    Look for KC to go draft Calvin Austin III to replace Hill in the 3rd or 4th rd…Change out one diminutive explosive plug&play gadget WR for another.

  19. HC Grover Says:

    Kansas City in Munich. It will be epic. JBF will make history…bringing his own beer to Octoberfest….another first. No worries you can get clothes in Munich but no Big Storm. Dang those bags are heavy.

  20. Steven007 Says:

    Dolphins snagged him. So now in addition to not facing Wilson with the Seahawks, or Hill with KC who torched us with him not that long ago, we also no longer face Ryan twice a year in Atlanta. Interesting how the landscape keeps changing.

  21. Quiet Chaos Says:

    Watch KC just trade up and take Olave.

  22. Coburn Says:

    4 years 120mil from dolphina.. wow Evans and Godwin are steals

  23. catcard202 Says:

    Just saw the Hill to MIA trade details….Jets were lucky to lose that bidding war!

  24. David Says:

    That would really change their offense.
    I can’t imagine they’re going to trade him though

  25. Stone crab sam Says:

    Landscape is changing because of the Brady.
    You see all of them running and hiding like a batch of rodents.

  26. Coburn Says:

    I can’t believe Evans is making like half of tyreek salary

  27. Stone crab sam Says:

    I can’t believe Lenny is making one fifth of tyreek hill.

  28. Coburn Says:

    I’ll keep beating this drum, but I feel there should be a cap per player set at X% of overall cap. It’s unfair to some players who work their butts off just to see a teammate a bit more talented make several times their salary doing a similar job.

  29. Infomeplease Says:

    Wow, first the Packers lose their guy, now KC? Life is good!!!

  30. Stone crab sam Says:

    Lenny had more total yards last year vs. tyreek hill.
    This tells me Lenny was a bargain
    Tyreek hill wasn’t a bargain

  31. Bucs Guy Says:

    Bucs should be on the phone with the Jets since they lost out on Hill. Jets have two 1st rd and two 2nd rd picks. Trade Godwin for one of each of these picks and a 3rd rd next year. Draft his replacement and you are up 2 picks for defense.

  32. BUCman Says:

    Could Miami be loading up this year on offense preparing for Tom Brady being a free agent next year. We know Brady was linked to Miami recently.🤔

  33. Stone crab sam Says:

    All the players are clearly quakeing in their bootstraps at the thought of going against the goat. This is why they are all going to teams that won’t play against tampa😂
    You cant make this sh** up.

  34. Bird Says:

    Life is good indeed

    Can you see Hill in South Beach. Good luck with that. And 30 mil a year.

    Chiefs will not be same team
    The bills are stoked right now

    Bucs need to be aware of rams and bills with a sleeper of chargers and bengals for winning the lombardi.

  35. Stone crab sam Says:

    Here is the key to success in nfl.
    Go out and get the goat,
    Go on vacation for several months, and give keys to the goat.
    Wa-la. Instant success👍

  36. tampabayallday Says:


  37. Coburn Says:

    I’m gonna predict he does r have the same success in Miami as he had in KC. I expect his decline to start soon

  38. Bradinator Says:

    Let’s see, catching passes from Mahomes or catching passes from Tua? Is this really a question?!

  39. Coburn Says:

    I know.. I’m going out on a limb right?

  40. ErikTheViking Says:

    Bye Felicia

  41. Sauron's eye Says:

    I like the overall team salary cap and draft process. We are getting great parity and ability of teams to rise up to playoff caliber. You have to love that. I think Karen Rodgers should have taken 40 mill per year with the proviso of resigning Adams and getting more great players. I guess he just likes getting MVPs and ending the season early. Hill probably wont get the same stats in Miami but it may be his only big contract. He is a little guy and could get injured. Also his main asset is speed which goes away with time.

  42. BucsFan81 Says:

    After seeing the money that Hill got and Adams that was traded to the raiders the Godwin and Evans deals look like one hell of a discount. We are getting top talent for bargain prices.

  43. Cobraboy Says:

    The Phish are really stacking the lumber this offseason…

  44. Rod Munch Says:

    Miami is loading up to try to get Brady after this season. You’re not getting all those weapons for Tua, who is a clone of Teddy Bridgewater, who they also signed.

  45. Rod Munch Says:

    BucsFan81 – Yeah, it’s been making me wish that they’d extended Mike during one of his many restructures. I don’t think there’s any doubt he’d have been up for it – and after this past week it is going to cost probably $5m more a season.

    The thing that is amazing is that Evans is almost a year younger than Davante Adams – so it’s not like he’s retiring any time soon.

  46. Beeej Says:

    Bet he pulls a hamstring on opening day

  47. RustyRhinos Says:

    “Hill is now Miami property.
    Should we expect more or less of this from this blog?
    When you sign a contract Joe with any one of your many sponsors does it make you their “Property”?
    It should according to how you just put Hill’s new contract with Miami or did I miss something?
    I will NEVER forget that Super Bowl peace sign, Hill earned both his and ours.
    Go!!!!!!!!!! Bucs!!!!!!!!!!!

  48. Crickett Baker Says:

    Neither KC nor the Peckers could afford him, after paying their Qs’s. BucsFan is right on!

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  50. bucschamp Says:

    if this trade went down earlier Godwin probably would’ve asked for more. bucs lucky

  51. Rod Munch Says:

    RustyRhinos <— GRRRRRR!!!!! I'M AN ANGRY SJW!!!! GRRRRR!!!!! WORDS HURT!!!! GRRRRR!!!!!

  52. Buczilla Says:

    Thanks to the idiot cardinals gm grossly overpaying DeAndre Hopkins, any decent receiver is going to rightly want ridiculous money as well.

  53. Buczilla Says:

    @RustyRhinos “Property” as used by Joe in this instance is a figure of speech coined long ago and used often to describe players under contract regardless of race. Nothing nefarious to see here.

  54. RustyRhinos Says:

    Hey Munch me. “SJW” you say. What is wrong with expecting better? Or should we all just accept that this is the way it is? Because you say so? And words do hurt that is why they have slander laws. ✌