Source: Chiefs' Hill suffers bruised quad in camp

Schefter: Hill's injury isn't overly significant (0:49)

Adam Schefter provides the latest on Tyreek Hill bruising his quad in practice and adds that Hill's agent is in camp as well to discuss a new contract. (0:49)

Kansas City Chiefs star wide receiver Tyreek Hill suffered a bruised quad during Tuesday's training camp practice and is expected to be fine, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Hill was hit by cornerback Bashaud Breeland, who was breaking up a pass, and stayed on the ground before eventually hobbling over to a medical tent.

After being examined, Hill was driven off the field, seated in the passenger seat of a cart.

On Sunday, Hill answered questions publicly for the first time since being investigated for child abuse, saying he planned to become a better person from the lessons he learned during a tumultuous offseason.

The NFL recently said Hill would not be disciplined and cleared him to report to training camp after he was suspended from offseason practices by the Chiefs.

Hill, a three-time Pro Bowler, caught 87 passes last season and was fourth in the NFL with 1,479 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Hill averaged 14.95 yards per touch last season -- the highest rate in the league among players with 100 touches.

In attendance during Tuesday's practice was agent Drew Rosenhaus, who was at the Chiefs' camp to discuss a new deal for Hill, a source told Schefter.

ESPN's Adam Teicher contributed to this report.