Baltimore Sun "Ravens free safety Will Hill is in trouble with the law again. A warrant for his arrest has been issued by New Jersey authorities due to Hill allegedly failing to pay $16,588.18 in back child support to his baby's mother, according to Hudson County, N.J. law enforcement officials. The arrest..." January 29
Under-the-radar name likely to receive a reduced suspension: #Ravens S Will Hill. They love his talent, may factor in soon.
CBSSports.com "The Giants made a pretty easy decision earlier this week to release Will Hill. The talented-but-troubled safety was suspended by the NFL for the third time in three years. Surprisingly, Hill's already found work again. It's just not in the NFL -- Hill signed with the Arizona Rattlers of the..." June 06
New York Daily News "Things just keep getting worse for troubled safety Will Hill. Hill, who was released by the Giants on Monday after drawing a suspension from the NFL for the third straight year, wrecked a rental home he had in West Orange, causing $15,000 in damages and lost income, according to a report by..." June 05
ESPN New York "A third drug suspension in three years was too much for the New York Giants, who announced Monday that they have waived safety Will Hill. The NFL announced Friday that Hill would be suspended for the first six games of the 2014 season because of his latest violation of the league's substance..." June 03
NFL.com "Will Hill of the New York Giants has been suspended without pay for the first six games of the 2014 regular season for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Hill will be eligible to return to the Giants’ active roster on Monday, October 13 following the team’s October..." May 31
Giants S Will Hill is facing another suspension for a violation of the NFL's drug policy, sources have told @FOXSports1. He will appeal.
New York Daily News "Will Hill, the troubled but talented Giants safety, is facing a drug-related suspension for the third straight year -- and this time it will likely cost him his Giants career. Hill, 24, failed a recent drug test, according to multiple NFL sources and both he and the Giants have been informed..." April 22
Newark Star-Ledger "As if Giants general manager Jerry Reese doesn’t have enough on his offseason plate as he attempts to reconstruct his coaching staff and team, he must make a decision on safety Will Hill, who could be facing his third drug suspension in as many seasons next year. Hill, a former St. Peter’s Prep..." January 04
Newark Star-Ledger "New York Giants safety Will Hill owed more than $9,100 in child-support payments when he was arrested after a motor vehicle stop in Little Falls on Dec. 20, according to the Hudson County's Sheriff's office and police reports. The police officer who made the stop just on Route 46 before 6 p.m...." December 31
New York Daily News "Giants safety Will Hill, who began this season serving a four-game suspension for failing an NFL drug test, was arrested on Friday night in New Jersey on a warrant related to child support, according to a source familiar with his situation. The 23-year-old Hill, who admittedly has had a very..." December 22
New York Post "Will Hill had to learn to rely on himself before his teammates could rely on him. To accomplish that goal, those teammates had to let Hill know how much he was needed. That’s the lesson learned this season by the Giants’ up-and-coming safety. It could prove to be the most valuable lesson of his..." December 07
Newark Star-Ledger "The Giants have a plan to slow Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant. It involves getting in his face and being as physical as possible at the line of scrimmage. They believe the best way to slow one of the league's top receivers is to stymie him before he gets going. Bryant doesn't like the..." November 21
New York Post "The Giants took a leap of faith by signing Will Hill when nobody else would give the safety a chance, and stuck with the hard-hitter through two four-game suspensions. He finally is making their gamble pay off. The 6-foot-1, 207-pound Hill has made the most of his latest second chance,..." November 02
SB Nation "New York Giants safety Will Hill has been suspended four games by the NFL for a substance abuse violation, according to Adam Caplan. This is his second four-game suspension in less than a year. Hill is eligible to return after the Giants' September 29 game against the Chiefs and will be allowed..." July 21
Giants safety Will Hill has been suspended for the first 4 games of the season for violating the NFL's Policy on "substances of abuse". #NYG