Chiefs wide receiver and return threat Tyreek Hill doesn’t just look faster than everyone else on the football field.
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NFL computers can prove it.
But it was his off-field activities that made headlines the last few months.
Kouandjio underwent hip surgery in late January after what the team described as a fall at his home. Then, on April 19, a farmer in Elma, N.Y., called 911 and told police a large man was wandering his property.
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According to the Buffalo News, police responded and found Kouandjio, wearing a T-shirt and underwear but no pants. He had parked his vehicle alongside a nearby highway that had been closed for hours due to a serious wreck.
He was acting real confused, but he was no threat, a police source told the News at the time. Kouandjio was not arrested in connection with the incident.
The Bears understood the safety combo of Adrian Amos and Harold Jones-Quartey didn’t cut it in 2016. While both players remain on the roster, give Chicago credit for addressing the position in free agency and the draft.
Quintin Demps was signed as the presumptive leader in his 10th NFL season, and he’ll slide in at strong safety. Amos returns at free, but fourth-round pick Eddie Jackson has a chance to steal that position. Deiondre’ Hall is moving to safety to provide further depth alongside fellow youngsters Deon Bush and DeAndre Houston-Carson.
The Bears have three solid corners at the top of their depth chart in free-agency acquisition Prince Amukamara, Kyle Fuller and Bryce Callahan. But depth behind them 鈥?Sherrick McManis, Johnthan Banks, Marcus Cooper, B.W. Webb, Cre’Von LeBlanc 鈥?might be an issue.