Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins has achieved a historic feat in the NFL by being the only wide receiver to be named a Pro Bowler in each of his first eight seasons in the league. This remarkable record was confirmed with the latest Pro Bowl selections, where Hill was unsurprisingly named as a starter and top player for the AFC roster.

No other wide receiver in NFL history has ever been voted into the Pro Bowl every year from their rookie season through their eighth year. ESPN reporter Marcel Louis-Jacques highlighted this unprecedented achievement on X (formerly Twitter) following the roster announcement.

Hill’s Pro Bowl selection for 2023 is a testament to his pivotal role in the Dolphins’ offense. His impact is so significant that the team’s performance notably suffered in his absence during a Week 14 game against the Tennessee Titans. The Dolphins’ heavy reliance on Hill’s skills was evident as the offense struggled without him, leading to criticism of the team’s dependency.

Currently leading the NFL in both receiving yards (1,717) and receiving touchdowns (12), Hill is just 248 yards shy of breaking the single-season receiving yards record of 1,964 yards set by Calvin Johnson in 2012. Depending on his performance in Week 18, Hill could be on the verge of setting another remarkable record in his already illustrious career.



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