During the Kansas City Chiefs 40-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon, Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill suffered a shoulder injury when he landed awkwardly on his shoulder when he was tackled. He did not play the rest of the game.
Afterwards, he was sent to the hospital and was given the notice that he will be out 3-6 weeks. The diagnosis was a dislocated sternoclavicular (SC) joint. The SC joint is the joint that connects the clavicle to the sternum in the upper part of the chest.
How convenient! This injury happened to his chest. During this previous offseason, Hill’s 3 year-old son stated that his “Daddy punches me…” Hill claimed that he was teaching his son how to box as the reason why he punches his son in the chest.
Well, it looks like the boomerang of life hit Tyreek Hill in the chest after he hit his child in the chest. Sowing and reaping is in full effect in this situation.