Tyreek Hill Has No Regrets As He Watches Chiefs Play In 2nd Straight Super Bowl: ‘Our Time Coming’

Tyreek Hill poses for a photo at the NFL Honors event.

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Miami wide receiver Tyreek Hill has no regrets about his decision to leave Kansas City even as he watches his former team play in a second straight Super Bowl.

“Our time coming,” he responded to a fan chastising him online this week.

Hill’s departure from Kansas City sent shockwaves throughout the NFL world in 2022, as he left Patrick Mahomes and Co. to instead catch passes from Tua Tagovailoa.

His new deal in Miami came with a shiny new price tag as he inked a four-year contract worth $120 million.

Kansas City cleared up salary cap space with the trade while picking up draft picks to build for the future. Miami, meanwhile, landed an instant impact player on the outside.

Tyreek Hill has thrived with the Dolphins, posting back-to-back 1,700-yard seasons. He led the league in both receiving yards and touchdowns this past season while helping Miami win 11 games.

Unfortunately, Hill fell in the Wild Card Round to his old team.

Kansas City took Miami down 26-7 in freezing temperatures to end the Dolphins’ season. Since, the Chiefs have made a run to the Super Bowl – for a second year in a row!

One fan joked about the wideout having second thoughts now having to watch his former teammates make another postseason run.

“Tyreek Hill missed out on two super bowls because he wanted to play with Tua.”

He quickly shot down that narrative.

While they haven’t mustered a Super Bowl run, the Dolphins have made back-to-back playoff appearances with Hill on the roster. He’s confident they can take the next step soon.