Tyreek Hill Under Investigation For Alleged Battery

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He had some major issues in college with stuff like this. It was pretty severe from what I remember.
 

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He had some major issues in college with stuff like this. It was pretty severe from what I remember.
Yeah he punched and choked his pregnant girlfriend about 5 years ago. If there's any truth to this at all, I think the Chiefs immediately cut him. Not enough time has passed since the Kareem Hunt incident so I can't see KC allowing this to slide.

Don't want to get too far ahead of things but things sure are going south quickly for a Chiefs team that 6 months ago appeared to be set at the skill positions for the next 5 years.
 

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If there's any truth to this at all, I think the Chiefs immediately cut him. Not enough time has passed since the Kareem Hunt incident so I can't see KC allowing this to slide.
If so, I hope Cleveland picks him up. Then after they win the superbowl, it will be fun watching Goodell hand the trophy to him and Kareem Hunt.
 

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Yeah he punched and choked his pregnant girlfriend about 5 years ago. If there's any truth to this at all, I think the Chiefs immediately cut him. Not enough time has passed since the Kareem Hunt incident so I can't see KC allowing this to slide.

Don't want to get too far ahead of things but things sure are going south quickly for a Chiefs team that 6 months ago appeared to be set at the skill positions for the next 5 years.
If he’s cut, I’d sign him immediately, knowing that a suspension is coming and that there will be backlash.
 

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If he’s cut, I’d sign him immediately, knowing that a suspension is coming and that there will be backlash.
I would too. But I would have also signed Hunt to pair with Zeke in a heart beat. Clearly I don't care much aboit this stuff.
 

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You guys would sign a fucking cunt of a human being that broke his kid's arm?

Winning football games ain't that important.
 

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You guys would sign a fucking cunt of a human being that broke his kid's arm?

Winning football games ain't that important.
Not me. If true, this guy is a POS and deserves nothing.
 

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Isn't it just great that these are the types of folks who our culture takes their social cues from?
 

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He’s a piece of shit. He deserves to be beaten by someone twice his size.

But, I’m willing to bet that if every player’s significant other secretly recorded them at there worst, and those recordings saw the light of day, there wouldn’t be enough players left to fill the rosters of even 10 teams.

That goes for coaching staffs and Owners, too.
 

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Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill did not break his three-year-old son’s arm last January, and neither did his fiancée, Crystal Espinal. According to multiple sources close to the investigation, Hill and Espinal were cleared of any role in the broken bone injury almost immediately after the investigation began in March.

Investigators quickly agreed with the medical staff that the broken bone was the result of typical accident involving a rambunctious toddler, consistent with reaching out to brace for a fall.

The investigation into Hill and Espinal began weeks after the broken bone was first treated, when Espinal, according to sources, asked a third party to call authorities and tell them that Hill was responsible for the boy’s injury. Espinal has admitted she was trying to shame Hill because in her mind, he had become too controlling and abusive again in their long and stormy relationship.

KCTV5 obtained audio in which Espinal secretly recorded a conversation between her and Hill discussing their son’s injury. Sources told Sports Radio 810 that Espinal shared the audio with a person close to her because she feared for her life.

On the recording, Hill, who was previously convicted of a felony after battering Espinal, can be heard telling her, “You need to be terrified of me too, dumb bitch,” after she told him their son was terrified of Hill.

https://www.totalprosports.com/2019/06/10/report-tyreek-hills-ex-fiancee-purposely-lied-about-chiefs-wr-breaking-sons-arm/

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She made this shit up. She deserves to go to prison.
 

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Investigators quickly agreed with the medical staff that the broken bone was the result of typical accident involving a rambunctious toddler, consistent with reaching out to brace for a fall.
A fall... from where?
 

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Elliott pulls down a shirt and gets the hammer. This guy probably broke his kids arm and threatened to choke a bitch and gets not even a stern lecture.
 

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I'm sorry but this is beyond fucking bullshit. Fuck this league and commissioner.
 

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Exhibit A-Z of why the league shouldn't be in the business of judge/jury/executioner in the first fucking place.
 

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Exhibit A-Z of why the league shouldn't be in the business of judge/jury/executioner in the first fucking place.
As the employer, the league implements a marijuana policy or national anthem policy that players need to obey. If not, go find a job elsewhere.

Likewise, if the league wants to fuck over the Cowboys more so than any other team, that’s their justifiable privilege and right to do so. If Jerruh don’t like it, he can turn over the franchise
 

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As the employer, the league implements a marijuana policy or national anthem policy that players need to obey. If not, go find a job elsewhere.

Likewise, if the league wants to fuck over the Cowboys more so than any other team, that’s their justifiable privilege and right to do so. If Jerruh don’t like it, he can turn over the franchise
Doesn't make it any less bullshit and the ruin of the league.
 

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Elliott pulls down a shirt and gets the hammer. This guy probably broke his kids arm and threatened to choke a bitch and gets not even a stern lecture.
Beyond ridiculous. They aren’t even trying to hide their bias anymore.
 

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As the employer, the league implements a marijuana policy or national anthem policy that players need to obey. If not, go find a job elsewhere.

Likewise, if the league wants to fuck over the Cowboys more so than any other team, that’s their justifiable privilege and right to do so. If Jerruh don’t like it, he can turn over the franchise
The league is ill-equipped to draw legal conclusions as they've demonstrated over and over again. They absolutely should not ever ever be in the business of trying to decide whether an individual committed a criminal or immoral act and to what extent. They've created an obligation for themselves without the capacity, knowledge, diligence or competency to fulfill it.

As for your second paragraph, they are bound by the collective bargaining agreement. I'd assume there is some sort of objectivity or anti-bias language in there. They absolutely cannot do whatever they want.
 

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The league is ill-equipped to draw legal conclusions as they've demonstrated over and over again. They absolutely should not ever ever be in the business of trying to decide whether an individual committed a criminal or immoral act and to what extent. They've created an obligation for themselves without the capacity, knowledge, diligence or competency to fulfill it.

As for your second paragraph, they are bound by the collective bargaining agreement. I'd assume there is some sort of objectivity or anti-bias language in there. They absolutely cannot do whatever they want.
While it’s true the league creates and enforces policies and rules to govern and discipline the players conducts as employees of the league, they do not get out in front of law enforcement systems to administer the due process of a player who has allegedly broken the laws of the land. If there are criminal matters to be dealt with the league may conduct an independent investigation but to my knowledge never bring in a determination of their own that would be in conflict with the legal process.
 

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While it’s true the league creates and enforces policies and rules to govern and discipline the players conducts as employees of the league, they do not get out in front of law enforcement systems to administer the due process of a player who has allegedly broken the laws of the land. If there are criminal matters to be dealt with the league may conduct an independent investigation but to my knowledge never bring in a determination of their own that would be in conflict with the legal process.
You mean, like Elliott being proven to be innocent by the law yet still found guilty by the league? It’s amazing their reach.
 

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While it’s true the league creates and enforces policies and rules to govern and discipline the players conducts as employees of the league, they do not get out in front of law enforcement systems to administer the due process of a player who has allegedly broken the laws of the land. If there are criminal matters to be dealt with the league may conduct an independent investigation but to my knowledge never bring in a determination of their own that would be in conflict with the legal process.
I'm not entirely sure what you are saying but I'm convinced it had nothing to do with what I said.
 

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As for your second paragraph, they are bound by the collective bargaining agreement. I'd assume there is some sort of objectivity or anti-bias language in there. They absolutely cannot do whatever they want.
Well, the CBA failed to prevent the book being thrown at Zeke. With the league laughing off Tyree Hills incident, I doubt the Union was reject that and recommend punishment to be consistent with Zeke.
 

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You mean, like Elliott being proven to be innocent by the law yet still found guilty by the league? It’s amazing their reach.
Was Elliot found not guilty or did the prosecutor choose not to pursue? I can’t exactly recall but I am under the impression that the charges were dropped rather than having a trial and finding him not guilty.
 

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Was Elliot found not guilty or did the prosecutor choose not to pursue? I can’t exactly recall but I am under the impression that the charges were dropped rather than having a trial and finding him not guilty.
Him not being proven guilty makes him innocent in the eyes of the law.
 

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According to this account he was never officially charged so technically he wasn't found innocent by law enforcement they dropped the charges and didn’t investigate further. So he wasn’t found innocent since there was no trial. Apparently the league decided to do their own investigation

https://www.sbnation.com/2017/8/29/16151642/ezekiel-elliott-timeline-domestic-violence-police-report-nfl-suspension-appeal
You ever hear of the phrase innocent until proven guilty?
 

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You ever hear of the phrase innocent until proven guilty?
This isn’t the point. The legal process didn't go to the point of proving anything. The point is that the NFL decided to do their own investigation and in doing so were not going against any legal proceedings because the there were none. The fact that the prosecution decided to drop the case didn’t establish guilt or innocence. It was simply hot pursued as a legal matter by the courts. It’s a legal non event, but the League pursued their investigation to a determination. Both had legal standing but one discontinued their process.
 

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Him not being proven guilty makes him innocent in the eyes of the law.
He wasn’t “proven” not guilty by the legal system. If he had been the league wouldn’t have pursued their investigation.
 
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