Tyreek Hill Leaves Game With Ugly-Looking Ankle Injury

After Tyreek Hill's injury scare, the Dolphins are waiting.

Hill fell awkwardly on the sideline late in the first quarter of Monday's game against the Tennessee Titans. He stayed down and gripped his ankle in pain.

Hill then ran off the field to the pleasure of Hard Rock Stadium's boisterous crowd. Miami claimed his angle injury makes him uncertain to return.

With 1,481 receiving yards, Hill led the NFL Monday night. That placed the 29-year-old on track to beat Calvin Johnson's single-season record.

Hill has supported teammate Tua Tagovailoa for MVP, but he's also garnered attention. After all, he's cleared 100 yards in eight games and scored 12 times.

He helps the Dolphins lead the NFL in total offense and tie the Ravens for AFC lead with a win over Tennessee. They would have a three-game division lead over the Buffalo Bills with four weeks left if they win Monday night.

However, Miami hasn't scored since Hill left. Despite averaging 288.1 passing yards per game, Tagovailoa has 75 and a fumble.

Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network said that Hill wrapped his left ankle on the sideline. Dolphins, Titans tie 7-7

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