Hill said that the coach, whose name he does not know, said something unpleasant, and that Hill plans to find this person and solve this problem with him.
“Whoever the coach is, I will find you bro,” Hill said via ESPN’s Marcel Louis-Jacques. “You and I should have a mano-mano conversation. Because in the end I felt disrespected as a man.”
As angry as Hill was at the manager, Hill was generous to the Bengals linebacker. Josh Tupow, who quit Tua Tagovailoa on the turf, causing him to suffer a head and neck injury, sending Tagovailoa off the pitch.
“The Bengali player who made the sack, he wasn’t trying to do anything dirty, he was just playing ball,” Hill said.
Hill had an outstanding game Thursday night, catching 10 passes for 160 yards. Hill currently leads the NFL with 477 receiving yards.
Tyreke Hill says Bengals coach ‘didn’t respect’ him: ‘I’ll find you’ originally appeared on Football talk