By DAVE SKRETTA
AP Sports Writer
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A year ago, Tyreek Hill was a pariah, accused by his fiancee of abusing his son.
Now, he's a Super Bowl champion raising money to help with the COVID-19 response and handing out free food to front-line workers. And with the world gripped by pandemic, the great irony is that Hill finally has found a certain amount of peace in his life.
He's spent more time than he thought possible with his four kids. He's getting a room added to his house. He speaks frequently with his mom. He's financially secure. And more than anything, he's happy.