Breaking: Dolphins Top Star Seeking New Deal And Said He Will Leave If No Suitable Offer Goes His Way

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill Seeking New Deal


Tyreek Hill, who set a new standard for wide receiver contracts with his $30 million average annual value on a four-year deal, is now seeking a revised contract. Recently, players like Justin Jefferson ($35 million), A.J. Brown ($32 million), and Amon-Ra St. Brown ($30.02 million) have surpassed his earnings, and his teammate Jaylen Waddle secured more guaranteed money in his recent extension than Hill did with his Miami deal. With only a year’s worth of guaranteed money left on his current contract, Hill is pushing for a new deal.

In an interview with Aaron Wilson of KPRC2 in Houston, Hill expressed his desire for a new contract.


“I’m very excited to be part of the old wave with $30 million, and now Justin Jefferson has surpassed that,” Hill said. “I’m proud of those guys and happy for my teammate Waddle getting his new deal. As a 30-year-old, I’m also looking for a new deal. I’m excited to see where I fit into that category.”

Hill is currently under a four-year, $120 million contract with the Dolphins, signed in 2022. However, the 2024 season will be the last with guaranteed money in his deal. With a significant cap hit exceeding $50 million in 2026 and a potential out in the contract after the 2024 season, renegotiating makes sense for both parties.

Although Hill has delivered impressive performances since joining the Dolphins, he’ll be entering his age-30 season in 2024. This might make it challenging for him to match Jefferson’s record AAV. Hill has previously stated that being the highest-paid receiver isn’t his primary goal, which could help both sides find common ground, securing more guaranteed money and/or a higher AAV for Hill while helping the Dolphins manage their future finances.

Despite his contract aspirations, Hill remains focused on his main goal: winning the Super Bowl.

“Oh yeah, for sure, I’m very excited about it, but the real goal is to win the Super Bowl,” Hill said. “It’s great to get paid, but winning a Super Bowl and bringing something special to Miami is monumental for all of us. Creating greatness is what truly matters.”

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