Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill tried to shoot his shot at NFL reporter Annie Agar last night and got brutally shot down.
Quote-tweeting one of Annie’s tweets that mentioned him and his famed speed, Hill — weirdly using a drooling emoji at the end — told her to just ask for his number if she wants it.
Annie if you want my number just say that 🤤 https://t.co/tN2DKceoYw
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) April 18, 2023
Agar, however, wasted absolutely no time in brutally shooting down Hill’s attempts at flirting:
appreciate you man saw the video of that kid at your camp tho, looked like he already had your number😉😂 https://t.co/RXcAX1WoQK
— Annie Agar (@AnnieAgar) April 19, 2023
The video that Agar is referencing is from earlier this month when Hill went viral for getting torched by a young football player at his recent camp.
HE DROPPED TYREEK TO WIN FREE SOUL RUNNER MERCH😭🔥 pic.twitter.com/pfPrT8myuq
— Soul Runner (@SoulRunner4Life) April 8, 2023
If you take one look at Agar’s Instagram, though, it’s easy to see why Hill decided to shoot his shot.
Agar, who has over 190,000 followers on Instagram, graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2018. Currently, she works as a sports correspondent for Bally Sports, where she’s been since 2021.
As for Hill, the 29-year-old speedy wide receiver is gearing up for his second season as a member of the Miami Dolphins. During his first season in Miami, Hill had a career year — he caught 119 passes for 1,710 yards (both career highs) and seven touchdowns — despite the fact that starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa missed a handful of games due to concussions.
Heading into the 2023 season, the Dolphins will certainly be hoping to build on the explosive potential that their offense showed when Tagovailoa was in the starting lineup alongside Hill and fellow blazing pass catcher Jaylen Waddle.
This offseason, in an effort to take a step forward in the highly-competitive AFC, the Dolphins made a blockbuster trade by acquiring Pro Bowl cornerback Jalen Ramsey from the Los Angeles Rams and also signed slot receiver/return specialist Braxton Berrios away from the New York Jets.
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