That deal made him the NFL’s highest-paid wideout, edging Davante Adams‘ five-year, $141.25 million contract.
His presence will help boost the Dolphins’ playoff chances, especially after narrowly missing the postseason the past two seasons.
But while he is enjoying the next stop in his football career, he’s also making comments on what’s happening around the league.
NFL Teams 🥴: phase one & two are completely voluntary
Also NFL teams : But we will trade you if you don’t show 😂😂 https://t.co/cdnn8MDbft
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) April 26, 2022
Hill tweeted, “NFL Teams: phase one & two are completely voluntary. Also NFL teams: But we will trade you if you don’t show.”
The West Alabama alumnus shared his thoughts in response to Ben Cahn’s comment about AirBnB’s cleaning fee.
A Confusing Policy By The NFL
Hill may be referring to the situation between the New York Giants and fellow wide receiver Kadarius Toney.
The former Florida standout isn’t required to attend the offseason workout.
But with a new regime in place led by Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen, they want him to get in line.
Toney has had a history of missing workouts and rookie minicamps for head-scratching reasons.
He missed minicamp because of his cleats and voluntary workouts because he hadn’t signed his contract.
This season, Toney also opted to stay away from the workouts again.
However, the team pressured him to attend by putting him on the trading block.
This tweet is Hill’s way of calling out the league to clarify what’s voluntary or not.
Unfortunately, these situations could set precedence, giving leverage to teams to force their players to show up.