Tyreek Hill Gets Cooked At His Own Camp Yet Again

Eight-time Pro Bowler Tyreek Hill has had success on the field dominating against his own peers in the NFL, yet when it comes to guarding kids at his own camps, the Miami Dolphins wide receiver has embarrassed himself this offseason.

At one of the superstar receiver's summer youth football camps in Rochester, New York, he was playing one-on-one defense with a young boy, who looked no older than 12 years old. And let's just say, the kid now has bragging rights for life.

The kid did about a half-dozen jukes, before Hill fell to the ground after losing his balance on a final cut back move. As the kid headed towards the end zone, the "Cheetah" chased him down to knock the ball out of his hands, but by then it was too late, another clip getting cooked by one of his campers already was made.

One fan commented, "When's he going to stop letting these kids cook him up like this."

That is to say, this definitely isn't the first time that one of the scariest NFL players to play defense against found himself on the wrong end of a viral clip.

Maybe it is a good thing, Hill plays on the offensive side of the ball, as he doesn't seem to have much success trying to guard.

Heading into the 2024 NFL season, 30-year-old Hill is the betting favorite to win Offensive Player of the Year (+800), last season's winner Christian McCaffrey is right behind him at (+900).

In 16 games played during the 2023 season, Hill racked up a career-high 1,799 receiving yards off of 119 receptions, to go along with 13 touchdowns.

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