7. Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs:
Like Foster before him on our list, Hill came into the NFL with some questionable baggage. He was kicked off the Oklahoma State football team in 2014 for some disturbing domestic violence allegations where he was arrested for allegedly choking, sitting on, and hitting his girlfriend, Crystal Espinal, who was pregnant with their son, in the stomach. He transferred to West Alabama and finished his collegiate career. It was not thought Hill would be drafted in the 2016 draft but Kansas City took a chance in the fifth round.
The speedster promptly became one of the most dangerous all-purpose threats by 2017. By 2018, he was arguably the most threatening wide receiver in the NFL. However, Hill was soon investigated for an alleged domestic violence incident where his three-year-old son with Espinal suffered a broken arm. Their son was placed into protective custody by the Kansas Department of Children and Families and Hill was suspended from all Chiefs team activities. Audio of Espinal discussing their son being afraid to him came out, and Hill could be saying to Espinal, “You should be afraid of me too.” The criminal case against him was reopened, On June 7, prosecutors announced the case against Hill was inactive in June. Investigations showed his son’s arm was broken in an accident where he was bracing during a fall. Hill met with NFL investigators last week and supposedly supplied evidence that was heavily in his favor, but he will most likely be suspended for multiple games.