Chiefs' Trey Smith doesn't blame Tyreek Hill for leaving Kansas City: 'I'll never blame a guy to get paid'
Trey Smith only changed into teammates with Tyreek Hill for one season,
but become blown away through his former Kansas City Chiefs teammate's
soccer competencies. Hill inspired Smith --
a rookie right guard on the Chiefs' revamped offensive line remaining season -
with his expertise on the sphere and his difference-making ability.
Which is why the Chiefs shifting on from Hill this offseason became sudden for Smith
even supposing he understood why it needed to be performed on both aspects.
"Yeah, the coaches are gonna do what they assume is great for the organisation and for the group.
And I can't blame Tyreek; he's getting paid," Smith said at the
J-Mart and Ramon radio display, thru the Kansas City Star. "I'll in no way blame a man to receives a commission,
but he is were given to do what's fine for him. I'm truly excited to see what he does in Miami, wishing him nicely."
The Chiefs parted approaches with the exceptional deep-ball receiver of this period,
as Hill leads the NFL in 20-backyard, 30-backyard, forty-yard, 50-yard, and 60-
yard touchdowns considering that coming into the league in 2016