Running back Calvin Hill met for two hours yesterday with Redskin Coach Jack Pardee about the possibility of returning to the football team and the two will meet again today, Hill said.

"I talked to him, we had a good discussion, and we'll talk again," Hill said last night. "We got some things out in the open. I told him some of the things I'm concerned about and it was a good session.

"I want to play, that hasn't changed. He knew that when I left before Jack is an easy person to talk to, but it would be premature to say that I'll be coming back or anything like that. We'll talk again.

"I think Jack knows how I feel. Actually, I probably did the Redskins a favor. They haven't had to pay me, and they can still trade me. We'll just have to wait and see what happens."

Redskin General Manager Bobby Beathard said last night that no other NFL teams have expressed an interest in Hill and the Redskins have not approached anyone about a deal for the 31-year-old running back.

In other developments, the Redskins announced that defensive tackle Dave Butz had signed a one-year contract just before game time last night. Butz reportedly will be paid in the $70,000 range for 1978.Only Hill and running back Mike Thomas, who has said he will play out his option, remain unsigned.