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Report: Tyreek Hill to Meet With NFL After Child Abuse Case Deemed 'No Longer Active'

28 days ago   |   By SI

The child abuse case against Hill was deemed an inactive investigation by Johnson County DA Steve Howe on June 7.
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Chiefs' Hill to meet with NFL investigators Wed

28 days ago   |   By ESPN

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will meet with NFL investigators Wednesday. Hill has been banned by the team amid a child abuse investigation.
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Chiefs' WR Tyreek Hill to meet with NFL investigators this week, according to report

Chiefs' WR Tyreek Hill to meet with NFL investigators this week, according to report

28 days ago   |   By KMBC

Yahoo Sports, citing multiple sources, says meeting will happen in Kansas City
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