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Patrick Mahmoud ‘shocked’ by former chiefs colleague Tyrrick Hill’s critical remarks

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Kansas City, Mo. (AP) – Kansas City Chiefs moved from Wide Receiver Tyrek Hill a long time ago, sending them to the Miami Dolphins for a package of draft picks during the off-season, which helped them stay younger and deeper. .

Hill did not do the same in Miami.

In his first podcast last week, Hill noted that Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovilova was more accurate than Kansas City counterpart Patrick Mahoms, choosing everything in his four years as a Pro Bowl starter and 2018 league MVP.

Hill claimed that despite scoring a career-high 159 goals and catching 111 passes for 1,239 yards and 9 touchdowns – a wild shot on coach Andy Reid – he did not get enough of the ball at Kansas City and did not use it properly. Last season.

The chiefs ended their mandatory three-day minicamp on Thursday and when they tried to wait for the training camp to start in just over a month, they were pulled back to discuss their former colleague.

“I was a little surprised,” Mahoms said of the content of the podcast, which also included Hill’s agent Drew Rosenhaus and his colleague and lawyer Julius Collins. “I still love him. I saw him in Formula 1 in Miami. I’m sure his podcast had something to do with getting some stuff and rolling it.

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Want more of the ball in Kansas City’s dynamic offense? The Mahoms have never heard of it during the season.

“It’s definitely new in understanding how it’s on the podcast,” he said. “When you’ve been a competitor to him and the thing I like about Tyrek – you want to win. I know he wants the ball as far as we can to win.

Mahm mostly dismissed the rest of the podcast, including his accuracy, claiming that Kansas City had played for four AFC Championships in a row, reaching two Super Bowls and winning one of them at center.

“It simply came to my notice then. As long as we win and score points in football games, I am working in the right direction, ”he said. “As long as we score touchdowns and win Super Bowls, I’m OK with that.”

When asked about the podcast, Reed took to the high road: “I love the Tyric. He’s a good boy. “

Reed just likes to focus on the future. They are again betting favorites to reach the Super Bowl and much of that success depends on the success of their restored broad receiver group.

Already at Minicamp, Mahమ్స్s has established a strong relationship with Marquez Waldes-Scantling and Juju Smith-Schuster, who have given the group experience and more versatility. Mahoms was also high on the second round pick Sky Moore, who slowed down a bit due to a tendon injury in the offseason program, but had to go full circle in training camp.

“They have a good relationship with Pat‌ until this time,” Reid said. “I’m curious to see what it looks like with live ball and all, but I do not expect it to be very different from what I’m looking at. And everyone who works there, too.”

In other news, Reid and Mahoms are confident that Pro Bowl left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. will come to an agreement on a long-term contract by the July 15 deadline. Brown did not participate in voluntary workouts or the mandatory minicamp, which he may miss because he did not sign his franchise tender.

“I was with him yesterday. I spent a lot of time with him,” Mahoms said. “He loves football. He loves leaders. He loves company. Now it’s only on the business side. ”

Mahoms and his wife Brittany also recently revealed that they are expecting another baby and it slipped awkwardly on Thursday that he was expecting a baby this time. The couple already have a 1-year-old daughter named Sterling.

“Hopefully we’ll get a boy,” Mahoms said with a laugh, “but I love him or her anyway. It’s awesome. Sterling is already such an athlete. She’s very calm. So I know, boy or girl, it’s going to be a cruel kid forever.

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