Bigger role coming for Tyreek Hill Andy Reid expects Hill to see more snaps at WR By: Mike Krueger | Mar 30 2017, 10:00 am
The Kansas City Chiefs' plan to improve their offense is simple: Get Tyreek Hill more involved. Reid has discussed Hill this offseason as if the 5-foot-10 speedster would move into the starting lineup full-time and play a DeSean Jackson-type role in the offense, taking the top off defenses and allowing Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce work underneath. (NFL.com)
FFToday's Take:Andy Reid did mention he expects Hill to receive more snaps as a receiver this year. Hill played on only 40 percent of the teams offensive snaps last season but managed to score 9 TDs (6 receiving, 3 rushing) finishing as the WR23 in PPR leagues. The explosive Hill will be an intriguing question for fantasy owners this summer.