Tyreek Hill left practice Tuesday with a bruised quad, the team said. ESPN first reported the specifics of the injury.
The Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver collided with defensive back Bashaud Breeland on a pass break-up across the middle of the field. Hill was slow to get up before limping off the field with trainers, who escorted him to the medical tent and were examining his right leg, per Yahoo! Sports.
While in the tent, Hill was stretching and bending the right leg. After a few minutes, a golf cart came to retrieve him. Hill hopped into the passenger seat of the cart and was taken from the practice area.
As Hill rode away from the field, fans applauded, just as they had upon his return to the field Saturday. That was the first time Hill had practiced with his teammates since the AFC title game, as he’d been embroiled in a child abuse investigation regarding his 4-year-old son.
The NFL did not issue any discipline toward Hill.
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Last year, with MVP Patrick Mahomes throwing to him, Hill set a career-high in receiving yards (1,479) and touchdowns (12).