BREAKING: Miami Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill Might Not Play Cowboys; Troubling Video Emerges Friday

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill might not play the Dallas Cowboys in Week 16, per the Friday injury report. A video that surfaced Friday afternoon shows why Hill might not be available for a second straight week.

Hill is still recovering from an ankle injury he sustained against the Tennessee Titans in Week 14. Last week, the Dolphins let Hill choose whether or not to play against the New York Jets.

Given that the Dolphins will be playing in the playoffs the following month, head coach Mike McDaniel urged Hill to exercise caution so as not to aggravate the injury. But if he can keep upping his stats in the next month of the season, McDaniel and Hill are aware that he has an opportunity to earn NFL MVP.

The Miami Dolphins might be without Hill in Week 16

Hill made the decision to sit out the Jets game in order to be a good teammate. This week, Hill did not take part in practice on Wednesday but did participate minimally on Thursday and Friday. Hill might not play this week as the Dolphins categorized him as doubtful to play against the Cowboys on Friday’s injury report.

About an hour before the game, Hill made the decision not to play the Jets. Hill made an attempt, but he wasn’t prepared to stress his ankle. This weekend, Hill could experience the same issue, according to a video that surfaced from FinsXtra on X.

Hill still limps a little but distinctly.


The Dolphins lead the second-place Buffalo Bills by two games in the AFC East, and Hill’s participation this weekend doesn’t seem to have much of an impact on the team’s chances of making the playoffs. But if Hill skips Week 16, his chances of earning MVP would drastically decrease.

Will Hill and the Dolphins decide to exercise long-term patience once more?



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