The meeting was "very thorough" and lasted eight hours, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. It was Hill's first opportunity to combat allegations of child abuse toward his 3-year-old son. The receiver was also expected to be asked about the audio recording released by a local TV station on April 26 in which he was heard threatening his fiancee, Crystal Espinal, and discussing the use of a belt to discipline his son.
The Chiefs suspended the 25-year-old from all team-related activities in April as a result of the investigation, but prosecutors confirmed earlier in June they are no longer working the case. He could, however, still be subject to a suspension under the NFL's personal conduct policy.
While there's no active criminal probe, Hill and Espinal are still part of an ongoing case with the Kansas Department for Children and Families. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell recently said the league would not interfere until that investigation has closed.
With no ruling on the horizon, Hill is expected to join Kansas City for training camp July 26 barring a significant development in the case.