According to reporting from, court records show that Hill’s domestic violence case — for which he entered a guilty plea in August 2015 — was dismissed last week, now that Hill has completed his probation requirements.

The court also ordered the case expunged, which removes it from Hill’s record.

In December 2014, Hill — then a star on Oklahoma State University’s football and track teams — was arrested and charged with domestic assault and battery by strangulation, following an incident in which news reports said he punched and choked his girlfriend, who was pregnant at the time.

The next day, OSU dismissed Hill from both the football and track teams, saying in a statement that the university did not tolerate domestic abuse or violence.

 After pleading guilty to the charge in August 2015, Hill was sentenced to three years probation, and ordered to complete an anger management course and batterer’s intervention program.  

Hill has kept his nose clean since his arrival in Kansas City, and there is no question about his value to the Chiefs on the field. Talents supersedes all.