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Miami Dolphins trade for Pro Bowl WR Tyreek Hill

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Hard Rock Stadium during the second half of an NFL football game between the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

The Miami Dolphins have traded for Pro Bowl receiver Tyreek Hill.

After Hill and the Chiefs couldn’t come to an agreement for a possible extension, the Chiefs told Hill he could look for a trade partner.

Dolphins assistant general manager Marvin Allen was the Chiefs director of college scouting for five years, from 2013-17, when Kansas City drafted and scouted Tyreek Hill.

It is also being reported that The Dolphins and Hill have agreed to a 4 yr/$120 mil deal.

As a member of the Chiefs, Hill has amassed 630 yards receiving and 56 TDs in his career.

With blazing 4.3 speed, the man known as “cheetah” will easily become the top target for Tua and with Terron Armstead’s recent signing, the third year QB could have a lot more time to throw to him.

It is also being reported that the New York Jets were also trying to obtain Hill.

Hill chose the Miami Dolphins in what might be the biggest trade in Franchise History!