Tyreek Hill was not happy about the Chiefs giving his jersey number to Isiah Pacheco

What is he whining about now?
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Remember when Tyreek Hill played for the Kansas City Chiefs? It feels like a lifetime ago but since Hill was shipped off to the Dolphins, the Chiefs haven't lost a playoff game, winning two Super Bowls and laughing all the way to the bank.

Hill, meanwhile, has resorted to taking cheap shots at the team that drafted him and helped him become the player he is. His latest complaint that he has is that the Chiefs gave his previous jersey number away after he was traded.

For those who might not remember, Hill wore No. 10 while in Kansas City and Isiah Pacheco now sports the No. 10 jersey. Hill isn't a fan of this situation. While appearing on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast, Hill spoke about how Pacheco is wearing his old jersey number and how he doesn't like that.

"Kansas City's got a real good running back. I did feel disrespected when they gave him 10, though. I didn't like that. There's only one 10. There should only be one 10 in your heart."

Tyreek Hill: "There should only be one 10 in your heart."

Hill needs to get over this. He wanted to be traded and he can't expect that the Chiefs would retire his number and not give it to someone else. Maybe if he had played for the team for over a decade he'd have a case here but he was in KC for six years and things didn't end on a great note.

Pacheco, meanwhile, has been outstanding since joining the Chiefs, rushing for 1,765 yards and 12 touchdowns in two seasons. He's also won two Super Bowl rings, already owning more championship rings than Hill has.

Hill can keep taking shots at the Chiefs all he wants but at the end of the day, KC made the right decision trading him and their Super Bowl rings are proof of that.