Tyreek Hill took on Chad Johnson and Terrell Owens.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will look for any and every opportunity to show off his speed, which is unequaled across the entire NFL. Hill won’t even back down from a challenge from a Hall of Fame receiver with $1,000 on the line.
Hill showed off his speed against Terrell Owens, who mixed sprinter speed with a 6-foot-3 frame to great effect during his days as a player, with former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson also in attendance at this pseudo-track meet. Hill live-streamed the entire event, which took place in Miami, on his YouTube channel.
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) July 21, 2020
Tyreek Hill showed off his speed against Terrell Owens.
Hill, who has made the Pro Bowl in each of his four seasons in the league, took on Owens and former UCF kicker Donald De La Haye, also known as Deestroying. Hill was beaten by Owens in a full-field run, but the former 49ers, Cowboys and Eagles superstar was given a 10-yard head start. Still, the 46-year-old Owens looks like he can still get open on a post route deep down the field based on his sprints with Hill.
Hill later took on both of them in a straight-up 40-yard dash, and the man who strikes more fear into the hearts of opposing defenses than just about any receiver in the league showed why he’s so deadly on a football field, dusting both Owens and De La Haye.
Owens ended the exhibition by remarking in a short soliloquy how he and Hill, picked in the third and fifth rounds, respectively, had to overcome much to become as great as they are.
Even with the results of this little exhibition, Hill’s title of the fastest man in the league seems completely and utterly safe, as a former All-Pro receiver and Hall-of-Famer needed a 10-yard head start to beat him in a sprint.