During training camp practice today, Tyreek Hill suffered an injury in a collision with teammate Bashaud Breeland.
Later, during the Chiefs' scrimmage between the projected starters, Hill, the NFL's fastest player, was running an out route toward the red zone and Mahomes noticed him. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Hill averaged 14.95 yards per touch last season - the highest rate in the league among players with 100 touches. Hill will probably be asking to get out on the field as early as tomorrow, but the training staff will ultimately make the decision there.
Hill took off his helmet and pads while being checked out in the tent for what appeared to be a right leg injury.
The story will be updated after the Chiefs practice.
The former West Alabama standout had been barred from the Chiefs' offseason program, and there was wide expectation that Hill would be suspended by the NFL.
In attendance during Tuesday's practice was agent Drew Rosenhaus, who was at the Chiefs' camp to discuss a new deal for HIll, a source told Schefter.
Hill set the franchise record last season for the most receiving yards in a single year with 1,479 yards with 87 catches on 137 targets and He also went to his third straight Pro Bowl to begin his career.