Hill was reinstated by the NFL on Tuesday, NFL.com reports.
Hill last plugged the line in 2016, receiving multiple suspensions from the NFL that resulted in a ban for each of the last two campaigns. He's apparently been reinstated, but it remains to be seen whether the 31-year-old will find a spot on a 53-man roster. It wouldn't be surprising if a team was at least willing to give him a shot with a track record of production.
Hill has been handed at least a year-long suspension from the NFL, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Hill has been sans an NFL organization since the end of last season, when he notched 12 tackles across 10 games with the Titans. That reality may be due to the four-game ban he received earlier this year due to a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy, according to Jason Wolf of The Tennessean. There's no telling what Hill's faux pas was on this occasion, but the 30-year-old may have played his last down as a professional.
Hill (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Hill has yet to make his season debut for the Titans since undergoing a knee procedure in early September.
Hill (knee) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Hill is still not ready to make his season debut. He will try again in Week 6.
Titans nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill said he isn't 100 percent sure, but he expects to return to the field in a week or two, reports The Tennessean.
"I'll give it a few weeks and then see what it feels like," Hill said. "I can't put a specific time on it, but probably about a week or two. I'll see what it feels like and see if I can get it mobile and moving the way I want to, and feel good about it."
Hill is on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list due to a knee sprain.
Titans nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill is set to begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list, per The Tennesseean. He hurt his knee in the offseason.
Hill can be cleared to practice at any point.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said Wednesday defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill was diagnosed with a knee sprain, reports The Tennessean.
Hill the sustained the injury Tuesday, but he won't require surgery.
Titans defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill has announced that he has sustained a knee injury that will require an MRI, per ESPN, which provided no other details.
Hill has been a full-time starter since entering the league in 2009. He managed career-highs with 27 tackles and three sacks last season.
Titans nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill left the game against the Colts in the third quarter with a hamstring injury. The team called him questionable to return.
Several Titans who were on the injury report are active for the game against Indianapolis. The list includes linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring), nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill (foot), offensive tackle Byron Stingily (ankle) and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring).
Titans linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring) was the only player on Tennessee's final injury report listed as probable for Sunday's season finale against the Colts.
Defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill (foot), tackle Terren Jones (concussion) tackle Byron Stingily (ankle), linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring), tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle) and quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder) were labeled as questionable.
According to the Tennessean, Lewan and Mettenberger aren't expected to play. Coach Ken Whisenhunt did not rule out the possibility of dressing Mettenberger as an emergency option.
Atlanta police said Monday they're investigating a sexual assault allegation against Titans defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill, reports The Tennessean.
"The Atlanta Police Dept. has been contacted by a female who advised she was sexually assaulted by Sammie Hill, who is an NFL player," the department said in a release obtained by the paper. "We are working with the female to obtain information about this incident. At this time, the report is not available."
The Titans issued this statement: "We will let the police investigate the allegation and we will provide any assistance they need. We have discussed the matter with Sammie and we will continue to gather facts."
Titans running back Dexter McCluster, who was questionable with a knee injury, is active for Monday's game against the Steelers. Also suiting up are running back Leon Washington (hamstring), cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) and nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill (hamstring).
The Titans have listed five players on its final injury report for Monday night's game against the Steelers. All five players have been ruled questionable for Week 11. Those five players include: Nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill (hamstring), running back Dexter McCluster (knee), tight end Delanie Walker (concussion), running back Leon Washington (hamstring) and cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back).
The Titans announced Dexter McCluster, Sammie Lee Hill, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, and Leon Washington were limited during Thursday’s practice.
Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, wide receiver Kris Durham, running back Antonio Andrews, cornerback Brandon Harris, tackle Will Svitek, tight end Brett Brackett and defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill were all ruled inactive Week 10 at Baltimore.
The Titans are in fine physical shape heading into their Week 10 game in Baltimore. Only three players are in their Friday injury report, including nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill (hamstring) and wideout Nate Washington (shoulder), both of whom are questionable. Cornerback Coty Sensabaugh (knee) is probable.
Titans nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill was limited in Thursday's practice due to a hamstring injury, according to the team's website.
Hill wasn't listed as injured Thursday, so the issue likely happened during practice Thursday. He'll have a few days to try and recover in time for the team's matchup with the Ravens Sunday.
Titans defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill has been given the green light for Sunday at Indianapolis with a back injury that had him designated as questionable.
The Titans are fairly healthy as they prepare for their game Sunday at Indianapolis. Defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill (back) and offensive tackle David Stewart (shoulder) are the only starters designated as questionable or worse.
Tight end Craig Stevens (concussion) and wideout Damian Williams (hip) are out. The probables are safety Bernard Pollard (illness), wide receiver Kendall Wright (ankle) and center Brian Schwenke (ankle).