The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off their second Super Bowl title under veteran head coach Andy Reid with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes leading the way for the storied NFL franchise.
Ahead of last season, the Chiefs made a move that had everyone scratching their heads, with the team trading superstar wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins.
Apparently, Hill and the Chiefs didn’t see eye-to-eye on a new deal, leading to the divorce and the speedy wideout joining the Dolphins.
In 2023, the Dolphins will play the Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, which will be Hill’s first game against his former team.
Hill has made it abundantly clear how much he can’t wait to play the Chiefs in Kansas City.
Chiefs Kingdom better be ready✌🏿 @cheetah pic.twitter.com/msVvnChczs
— Soul Runner (@SoulRunner4Life) April 5, 2023
But corner L’Jarius Sneed also can’t wait for the superstar’s return and said he took notes about the comments via NFL Total Access.
"I take notes of what he said…we'll see once he comes to Arrowhead."
You think @jay__sneed & the @Chiefs are excited to play @cheetah this season? 👀 pic.twitter.com/QXpEgKEkQ0
— NFL Total Access (@NFLTotalAccess) May 9, 2023
The Dolphins and Chiefs will be must-see TV not only for the fans of both teams but football fans in general, as it could be a matchup of Super Bowl title contenders in the AFC.
Miami proved to be a force to be reckoned with last season with Hill in the fold and playing alongside Jaylen Waddle while catching passes from Tua Tagovailoa, an MVP candidate at one point during the season.
Kansas is expected to be a contender in 2023, while Miami could be a team ready to take another step forward with the addition of star corner Jalen Ramsey.
With the NFL set to release the schedule for next season in two days, the Chiefs and Dolphins will definitely be circling their matchup.NEXT: Fans React To Today's Patrick Mahomes Contract News