According to multiple reports, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver and his legal team spent eight hours meeting with NFL investigators to look into possible personal conduct policy violations.
According to Yahoo! Sports, the meeting began at 8:30 a.m. in Kansas City and took place with NFL Special Counsel for Investigations Lisa Friel and her deputy, Jennifer Gaffney.
The meeting gave Hill and his team an opportunity to clarify their four-page rebuttal against child abuse charges sent to the NFL. The Johnson County DA said publicly the child abuse investigation against Hill is no longer active.
Wednesday was Hill’s first interview with league officials.
At issue are allegations that Hill physically abused his son and broke his arm, a comment Hill made in a recorded conversation that his fiancee needs “to be terrified of me,” and the circumstances that led to Hill’s son being removed from their home.
The Chiefs suspended Hill from offseason work in late April, but it remains unknown whether he will be present when the team opens training camp July 23 in St. Joseph.
He could be suspended for a significant period of time, even though he is not facing criminal charges.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapaport reports Hill is “expected” to be at training camp.
The NFL has yet to rule on any possible punishments against Hill. If he is to face a suspension, Hill will meet with commissioner Roger Goodell in New York.
Goodell said in May that the league would wait until the conclusion of law enforcement investigations before weighing in on the matter. Hill’s case with the Kansas Department for Children and Families remains ongoing.