Tyreek Hill burst onto the scene in Kansas City last season as a jack of all trades who was a threat to score as a receiver, running back, punt returner or kickoff returner. This year his role will be a little different.Tyreek Hill

Hill is currently listed as the Chiefs No.1 WR, in part due to Jeremy Maclin’s release, but without a doubt he will become an integral part of the offense.

That will hurt his value to the special teams unit according to special teams coordinator Dave Toub.

“We can’t have him on kickoff return,” Toub said of Hill, who returned 14 kickoffs for 384 yards and one touchdown.

Toub said he hopes to keep Hill on punt returns, but head coach Andy Reid will make that decision. “We’d really like him to be our punt returner. I know Andy has a plan for him and we’ll just follow Andy’s plan,” Toub said.

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