Tyreek Hill’s meeting Wednesday with NFL officials in Kansas City lasted eight hours, according to Yahoo Sports.
According to the report, league officials met with Hill and his legal team from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Chiefs wide receiver is currently banned from the team’s training facility as the Kansas Department of Children and Families investigates possible child abuse, battery or neglect stemming from an incident in March in which Hill’s 3-year-old son suffered a broken arm. The NFL had previously said it would wait for the agency to conclude its investigation before the league would investigate. A source told Yahoo Sports the agency is still looking into the matter.
There is currently no criminal investigation into the incident.
Now, the question is what all this means in terms of Hill’s availability this season. The NFL has shown in the past it will punish players even without criminal charges being filed. One factor that won’t play out in Hill’s favor is his past history. While at Oklahoma State in 2015, he pleaded guilty to assaulting his pregnant girlfriend and received three years of probation.