Tyreek Hill is OUT for the Miami Dolphins’ game against the New York Jets today after star wide receiver was sidelined with an ankle injury this week

  • Tyreek Hill suffered the injury on Monday night against the Tennessee Titans 
  • Hill was seen in warmups testing out his ankle before being ruled out 
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Miami Dolphins star wide receiver Tyreek Hill is out for today’s game against the New York Jets with an ankle injury, the team announced.  

Hill was seen going through warmups without his ankle taped, but he won’t play against the Dolphins’ AFC East rival. 

Miami’s decision appears to be out of caution as Hill would have tried to further build his MVP resume and get closer to the 2,000-yard receiving mark.

Hill suffered the injury during the first quarter of the Dolphins’ Monday Night Football game against the Tennessee Titans while being tackled out of bounds. 

Hill only played 33 snaps during the game, after briefly returning from the locker room.  

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill is out for today’s game against the New York Jets

Hill later revealed he was talked into returning to the game after receiving a text from his wife that said ‘You’d better get your ass back in that game, dawg.’  

Keeta Vaccaro Hill didn’t offer her husband support, and now, he’s not playing in a full game. 

‘Then I just made up in my mind, I came in at halftime, I texted my wife: “This s*** hurt… I need an ankle massage tonight” and she was like: “You’d better get your a** back in that game, dawg.” I was like: “All right,”‘ Hill said per ESPN.  

With four games remaining in the regular season, Hill has 1,542 receiving yards. 

No NFL wide receiver has ever surpassed 2,000 yards in a single season, with Calvin Johnson’s 1,964-yard-receiving mark in 2012 still the league record.  

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