Dolphins aware of Tyreek Hill lawsuit. Team gathering more information

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) during warmups before the start of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland on Sunday, Dec. 31, 2023.

The Dolphins’ general manager on Wednesday said he is aware of a lawsuit against wide receiver Tyreek Hill claiming he broke a woman’s leg.

Social media influencer Sophie Hall is suing Hill for “violently” charging at her during a “friendly football lesson” last summer — breaking her leg.

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“We were made aware of it,” Chris Grier said at the NFL Scouting Combine. “We’re in communication with NFL security, so really can’t comment on that until all we get all our information and find out what happened. For us, Tyreek has been a good addition for us and in terms of all the off-field stuff, we’ll get all the information before we can really comment on it.”

The NFL declined to comment.

Hall is seeking up to $75,000 in damages after the impromptu training drills with Hill in June led to a bone fracture, according to the lawsuit filed in Broward County circuit court Saturday by attorney Jonathan R. Gdanski. It is unclear whether she reported the incident to authorities at the time.

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Miami Herald staff reporters Grethel Aguila and Devoun Cetoute contributed to this report.