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Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel was optimistic about WR Tyreek Hill's foot injury on Monday but stopped short of saying that he'll definitely be ready for this weekend's game vs. the Vikings. “He looked pretty good today,” McDaniel said. “He felt all right. He’s a fast healer, but you don’t know for certain that he’ll play Sunday.” We'll continue to keep you updated on Hill's health.

Miami WRs lost their starting QB for the 2nd straight game Sunday, when Teddy Bridgewater left after his 1st snap with a concussion and an elbow injury. Tyreek Hill still managed to catch all 7 of his targets for the game, though he gained only 47 yards. Jaylen Waddle caught all 3 of his targets for 23 yards. We'll see What the QB situation is for Week 6 against Minnesota.

A source tells Pro Football Talk that Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill's foot injury "is not believed to be serious." That's obviously good news and seemingly rules out a long-term absence, but it doesn't necessarily mean that Hill won't miss time. We should learn more on Monday.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill was wearing a walking boot on his left foot after Sunday's loss to the Jets, per ESPN's Marcel Louis-Jacques. HC Mike McDaniel reportedly said that Hill was stepped on late in the game. We'll pass along further updates as we get them.

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Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill (quad) is active for today’s game vs. the Jets. He was added to the injury report on Thursday but was able to get in a limited practice on Friday. There’s some additional risk here, but we wouldn’t bench Hill in this plus matchup.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Dolphins WRs Tyreek Hill (quad) and Jaylen Waddle (groin) are expected to play vs. the Jets today. Both guys carry elevated risk after limited weeks of practice, but you'd need to be stacked at WR to consider benching either guy. Both boast big upside in this plus matchup.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill (quad) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Jets. After being added to the injury report on Thursday, he got in a limited practice on Friday. HC Mike McDaniel said Friday that he’s “very hopeful” Hill will be able to play. We’ll get Miami’s inactives around 11:30 am ET on Sunday.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill was added to Thursday's injury report with a quad and limited in practice. We don't have any other details right now. We'll see what Hill does in Friday's practice and how he's listed on the final injury report.

Dolphins WR Jaylen Waddle recorded 4 grabs for 102 yards in a Week 3 win over Buffalo. He was on his way to busting before catching downfield balls of 32 and 45 yards in the 4th quarter, the latter of which came on 3rd and 22. His 6 targets (on 20 team pass attempts) paced the team on a day that turned up only 39(!) offensive plays. That helped contribute to a dud from Tyreek Hill (2-33), who had an 8-yard catch wiped out on a questionable penalty. Waddle and Hill remain top-15 fantasy WRs moving forward.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill is questionable to return to Sunday's game vs. the Ravens with cramping. If this is truly just cramps, there will be no long-term concern. We'll keep an eye on Hill this coming week.

Update: Hill returned in the 4th quarter and promptly scored a 48-yard TD. He's fine.

Tua Tagovailoa's lone TD pass went to WR Jaylen Waddle in Sunday's season-opening win over the Patriots. But that's about all that went against Tyreek Hill. The former Chief claimed 36.4% of Miami's targets and turned those 12 targets into an 8-94 receiving line. We wouldn't bet on Hill staying at that level, but it sure looks like target volume won't be a problem in his new home. Waddle, meanwhile, tallied a 4-69-1 line on just 5 targets, with most of that coming via his 42-yard catch-and-run TD. It's too early to panic on Waddle, but he'll certainly need the gap between his target share and Hill's to close some.

The Chiefs are trading WR Tyreek Hill to the Dolphins in exchange for the 29th overall pick of this year's draft, plus 2022 2nd- and 4th-round picks and 2023 4th- and 6th-rounders, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Hill will reportedly get a contract extension from Miami that will make him among the highest-paid WRs in the league. His fantasy value takes a hit with the move. He goes from QB Patrick Mahomes to QB Tua Tagovailoa and from a pass-heavy offense to what figures to be a more balanced offense under new Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel. Hill remains arguably the most electric playmaker in the NFL, though, and should garner a big target share in Miami. He's still a WR1. The Chiefs, meanwhile, are currently left with WRs JuJu Smith-Schuster, Mecole Hardman, Josh Gordon, Justin Watson, Cornell Powell and Corey Coleman. They figure to add to the group in free agency and/or the draft, but Smith-Schuster and Hardman gets sizable boosts with Hill's departure.

Update: Miami is giving Hill a 4-year, $120 million extension with $72.2 million guaranteed, according to agent Drew Rosenhaus. That $30 million per year puts Hill a couple million ahead of new Raider Davante Adams for highest-paid WR.

The Chiefs have given WR Tyreek Hill permission to seek a trade, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The 2 sides have been working on a long-term deal, and Kansas City has reportedly made an offer that would make Hill 1 of the league's highest-paid WRs. But "talks have stalled," Rapoport says. The Dolphins have been among the most interested teams so far, Rapoport adds. We'd be surprised if the Chiefs let Hill get away but will certainly keep a close eye on the situation. In likely related news, Kansas City is hosting free-agent WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling on Wednesday.

Update: ESPN's Adam Schefter tweets, "Jets and Dolphins are in serious talks to trade for Chiefs’ WR Tyreek Hill, per league sources. Hill and Chiefs are mulling what to do but Hill’s time in KC looks like it could be coming to an end."

NFL insider Ian Rapoport reports that the Chiefs have entered contract talks with WR Tyreek Hill. The 28-year-old is scheduled to count ~$21 million against the cap in 2022, a contract year. 2021 produced 1,239 yards and 9 TDs on a career-high 111 catches. He carries a Round 1 ADP in early best ball drafting.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill (heel) is not listed on the final injury report for Sunday's Wild Card game vs. the Steelers. He was a full-go on Wednesday, limited on Thursday and full again on Friday. Hill should be ready to play his usual role this weekend.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill (heel) was downgraded to limited participation in Thursday's practice after being a full-go on Wednesday. We're guessing that Kansas City is just playing it safe ahead of Sunday's Wild Card game vs. the Steelers, but we'll get another update on Hill on Friday afternoon.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill (heel) was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice. He ended up playing just 14 snaps in Saturday's win over the Broncos after hurting his heel in warmups, but it looks like Hill will be back in his usual role in Sunday's Wild Card game vs. the Steelers.

Chiefs HC Andy Reid said Monday that he expects WR Tyreek Hill (heel) to play vs. the Steelers on Sunday night. That's not a surprise considering Hill played a bit last week after hurting that heel in pregame warmups. Hill clearly wasn't close to 100%, though, so his effectiveness this weekend is in question.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill hurt his right heel in warmups prior to Saturday's game vs. the Broncos. He ended up playing limited snaps and finishing with 1 catch for 2 yards. We'll look for updates on Hill's status and keep a close eye on his practice participation leading into next weekend's Wild Card game.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill has cleared the COVID protocol and is ready to face the Steelers on Sunday, according to multiple reports. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that the team is also expected to activate TE Travis Kelce from the COVID list today but that he has not yet cleared the protocol. The move is "in case" he clears Sunday before game time. Continue to plan as though you won't have Kelce in your fantasy football lineup.

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