A 120 million dollars, four year contract with Miami Dolphins On Wednesday, the Kansas City Chiefs dealt wide-star Tyreek Hill to Miami in exchange for a package of draft picks, and the Dolphins are giving their three-time All-Pro first-teamer a $120 million, a familiar person told the Associated Press. According to the source, the Chiefs will receive the Dolphins' first and second-round picks this year and their fourth-rounder in 2019, as well as their fourth and sixth-round selections next year. The next Miami extension, according to Drew Rosenhaus, Hill's representative, comes in at $72.2 million guaranteed. The deal requiring the Chiefs to pay Hill more than $10 million in incentives was a source of friction that led to his departure from Kansas City, where he helped the team win its first Super Bowl title in 50 years while making the All-Pro first team in 2016, 2018 and 2020, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero. The Chiefs had been in talks with Hill on a contract extension since they were under a tight financial bind. However, the negotiations had hit an impasse over the previous few days, and Hill's agents asked for permission to trade, which was granted promptly by multiple teams. Hill has been to the Pro Bowl every year of his career. He has 479 receptions for 6,630 yards and 56 touchdowns in 91 games (73 starts) with the Chiefs. He's added 719 more receiving yards with rushing and six more scores through touchdowns. In 2021, he made his sixth Pro Bowl appearance after catching 111 passes for 1,239 yards and nine touchdowns. The Chiefs took him in the fifth round of the 2016 draft. New York Jets and Green Bay Packers were also interested in trading for Hill. It's uncertain what the Jets' offer for Hill was, but reports said they made a similar package worth the picks Miami offered.