An investigation is underway into an alleged battery involving a young man at the home of the Kansas City Chiefs, the star wide receiver Tyreek Hill.
In a statement released to Kansas City Star, the Chiefs acknowledged a survey involving Hill.
"The club is aware of the investigations involving Tyreek Hill", the bosses told the star. "We are gathering information and have come into contact with the league and local authorities, we will not have further comments at this time."
Hill, 25, was not charged, according to the Star.
According to a police report by KCTV, police in Overland Park, Kansas, were called to Hill's home Thursday to investigate an alleged battery in which a young man was a victim and Hill's girlfriend is listed as "others involved". Hill was not listed in the report.
The agents had previously been called at Hill's address on 5 March to investigate a report of child abuse or neglect. Hill's name was listed in that report. According to the police of Overland Park, the case was closed three days later, when the accusation was refused.
While in Oklahoma State, Hill was convicted of domestic assault for an accident in which he was accused of punching and choking his girlfriend. He was given three years probation and ordered to undergo anger management courses.
He ended his probation in 201