Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill says he’ll ‘call it quits’ on career after 2025 season

Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill said he’s going to “call it quits” on his career after the 2025 season. Here’s what you need to know:

Hill made the comment during a recent appearance on Sports Radio 810 WHB, saying that he’s “going for 10, man” in reference to the total years of his career.

The four-time All-Pro receiver also spoke extensively about playing his former team, the Chiefs, in the 2023 season, saying he’ll be “y’all worst enemy that day.”

Through seven seasons, Hill has recorded 8,340 receiving yards and 63 touchdowns on 598 receptions.

Hill’s current contract runs through the 2026 season, but the final season was added to spread out the signing bonus.

The Dolphins would save $45 million by releasing Hill before then.

Hill, 29, also said he wants to get into the gaming space in his retirement. He has a gaming team that should launch by the end of the month, he said.

Regarding his return matchup with Kansas City, Hill had some fun trash-talking his old team with show hosts and former Chiefs teammates Anthony Sherman and Gehrig Dieter.

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