As of this writing, the video has about a million views on YouTube.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill recently raced Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell Owens. If you want to watch the race without spoilers, stop reading and speed up to 14:39.
Owens wins the first race — a football field’s length — as Hill gave him what appears to be at least a 10-yard head start. Owens then told Hill he wanted to race him in a 40-yard dash.
.@PatrickMahomes really couldn't believe Tyreek Hill's speed— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 21, 2020
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On the stopwatch, Hill registered a 4.37 while Owens registered a 4.42. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes commented on Instagram.
“So you just let off the gas with seven yards left after running a 100 and still ran a 4.3?” wrote Mahomes.
Must be nice as a quarterback to have that guy on your side. Some of Hill’s other teammates also weighed in.
Let me in on this race. Just trying to see something @cheetah @MecoleHardman4 https://t.co/PBfYQIFWd2— The_Juan_And_Only (@Juan_Thornhill) July 22, 2020
Following the race, Owens had a message for Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and head athletic trainer/vice president Rick Burkholder, who he knows from his time with the Philadelphia Eagles.
After running a 4.42 40 at 46 years old, @terrellowens has a message for Andy Reid, @proatc, & the @Chiefs— Maurice Pennington (@themrpennington) July 21, 2020
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The 46-year-old wants to be a Chief, but that is nothing new.
...back to Mahomes’ point — can Hill run a low 4.2?