Tyreek Hill is fast and on Saturday he gave the world a reminder of just how fast he is.
The Dolphins’ star wide receiver ran at the USA Track and Field Masters Indoor Championships and easily won the men’s 60-meter dash with a blistering time of just 6.70 seconds.
That time places him in the top 200 world rankings for competitors in the men’s event, according to USA Today.
Even more impressive, it was Hill’s first time participating in a formal track meet since 2014, when he was still in college.
Hill later took to Twitter himself and teased how he looked while running, implying that his decision to run on Saturday would be a one-off event.
Meanwhile, in his day job, Hill will enter his second season with the Dolphins in 2023 after establishing himself as the NFL’s best wide receiver in 2022. Hill received MVP and Offensive Player of the Week votes year and was named first team. Pro for the fourth time in his career after amassing a career-high 1,710 receiving yards in his first year in Miami, helping the Dolphins reach the playoffs.
The Dolphins reportedly just restructured Hill’s contract to save $18 million in cap space and recently picked up Tua Tagovailoa’s fifth-year rookie contract option, indicating their intent to ‘enter 2023 with Tagovailoa, Hill and fellow wide receiver Jaylen Waddle once again leading the way for the coach. Mike McDaniel’s offense.
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