The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Friday that while there are "no signs" that Hill will participate in next week's three-day minicamp, he could rejoin the team before training camp in July. "Barring any further developments, there is every reason to believe that Tyreek Hill will be back with the Chiefs before training camp begins late next month," Pelissero said. "Now of course the NFL could intervene here, they could apply the Commissioner's Exempt List to Hill while their investigation continues."
Diehards Line: Hill's case with the Kansas Department for Children and Families also remains on-going, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in May that the league would wait until the conclusion of law enforcement investigations before weighing in on the matter. Per the NFL's personal-conduct policy, Hill can be subject to a suspension regardless of if he is charged with a crime. And that's something we'll be watching for in coming days and weeks -- whether Hill is included in training camp or not.