Chiefs trade Tyreek Hill to Dolphins: Who are the biggest winners and losers?
It was a lot to hope that maybe one day could go by in the NFL without another blockbuster move dominating the headlines. Then the Kansas City Chiefs decided they couldn't work out a contract extension with Pro Bowl wide receiver Tyreek Hill. Before we knew it, a bidding war ensued, with the Chiefs ultimately sending Hill to Miami for five draft picks, including a first-, second- and fourth-round selection in April's draft. Hill wound up becoming the highest-paid receiver in the league -- with a deal worth $120 million over four years, including $72.2 million guaranteed -- and all this happened less than a week after Davante Adams briefly held that title after a trade that sent him from Green Bay to Las Vegas.
With the way this offseason has played out, nothing -- literally nothing -- should stun football fans on the transactions front. For all the excitement that ensued during the postseason, the last few weeks have been arguably more thrilling for anybody who follows this sport. It wasn't a shock that the Chiefs dealt Hill, largely because they didn't want to commit that kind of money at a time when they're trying to be judicious in managing their salary cap. It's just that the move was one more example of how aggressive teams have become in doing whatever it takes to compete for a championship.
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