NFL star Tyreek Hill took advantage of the Miami Dolphins' bye week to exchange vows with his longtime fiancée Keeta Vaccaro. The couple got engaged last year and recently tied the knot in a private ceremony in Travis County, Texas. Hill, known for his success with the Kansas City Chiefs, joked during his proposal that Keeta had "the most diamonds" between them.
Keeta Vaccaro, an influencer, is the sister of former NFL player Kenny Vaccaro. Curiously, neither Hill nor Vaccaro have shared pictures of each other on their social media accounts. Nevertheless, their recent wedding has captured the attention of football fans.
Tyreek Hill joined the Dolphins earlier this year after being traded from the Chiefs. He became the highest-paid receiver in NFL history with a $120 million contract extension, including $72.2 million in guarantees. This record-breaking deal surpassed Davante Adams' contract with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Despite his accomplishments on the field, Hill remains a controversial figure due to a troubling past. In 2014, he pleaded guilty to domestic assault and battery by strangulation after admitting to assaulting his pregnant girlfriend. The following year, Hill was sentenced to three years probation.
In 2019, Hill faced a new investigation when his son suffered a broken arm. Although the authorities believed a crime had occurred, there was insufficient evidence to press charges against anyone. Audio from the incident in which Hill threatened his then-girlfriend later surfaced, adding to the controversy surrounding him.
The NFL initially suspended Hill indefinitely, but his suspension was ultimately lifted, and the Chiefs welcomed him back to the team. Since joining the Dolphins, Hill has continued to excel on the field, accumulating 1,076 receiving yards and scoring eight touchdowns this season.
The Dolphins recently returned from Germany, where they played against Hill's former team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Although they lost, the Dolphins still maintain a strong 6-3 record for the season, leading the AFC East. Hill's next game will be against the Las Vegas Raiders on November 19.