Kenny Stills WR MIA 14 hours ago

Rishard Matthews is pushing Stills for snaps, NFL.com reports.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 2 weeks ago

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills returned to practice Monday after missing time with a calf injury, according to the Miami Herald. Stills returned in time for the final session of training camp and is unlikely to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Carolina Panthers, but he remains on track to be ready for the season opener against the Washington Redskins. “It was extremely frustrating," Stills said of his extended absence. "During training camp is when a team’s building all of their chemistry. We’re working hard together and we’re building everything that we’re trying to build. It’s frustrating when you’re not out there. I’m just happy to be out there and getting some reps again.” Stills, who was acquired from the New Orleans Saints during the offseason, is expected to serve as a deep threat for the team after they traded Mike Wallace to the Minnesota Vikings.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 2 weeks ago

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills is not practicing Sunday because of a calf injury, according to the team's official website. Stills did not play in Thursday's preseason opener against the Chicago Bears due to the ailment, and it remains unclear when he will be able to practice. The team has not indicated that Stills' injury will carry over to the regular season, though he will need to practice if he is going to play in Week 1 against the Washington Redskins on Sept. 13. Stills was traded by the New Orleans Saints to the Dolphins back in March in exchange for linebacker Dannell Ellerbe and a third-round draft pick, and he is expected to be the No. 1 wide receiver this season after Miami sent Mike Wallace to the Minnesota Vikings. Stills had 63 catches for 931 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games last season.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 3 weeks ago

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills is not practicing Sunday because of a calf injury, according to ESPN. Stills has not practiced at all this week due to the ailment, leaving the team quite thin at the position, as rookie DeVante Parker is out with a foot injury.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 3 months ago

Stills (undisclosed) didn't take part in Tuesday's practice as a result of a precautionary measure, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

Although Stills is tending to an injury, the nature of the concern wasn't revealed, as it isn't serious. He could remain on the sideline for the remainder of this week's minicamp, but his availability for training camp is almost certainly not in question. For the upcoming campaign, he'll team with Jarvis Landry, Greg Jennings (elbow), and Jordan Cameron in a revamped receiving corps.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 6 months ago

Stills was traded to the Dolphins on Friday in exchange for linebacker Dannell Ellerbe and a third-round draft pick.

As expected, the Dolphins and Saints were able to finalize a trade, with Miami adding Stills to a receiving corps that already includes Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry and Jordan Cameron. There have also been rumors that the Dolphins still want to keep Charles Clay, but such a move would be hard to justify at this stage. Stills will no longer get to play with Drew Brees, but he figures to start on the outside and have a key role in Miami's offense. It is still possible the Dolphins could release Wallace, in which case there would be plenty of targets for both Landry and Stills to keep owners happy.

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The Saints and Dolphins are in the process of working out a trade for Stills, Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Stills will turn 23 in April, after posting an impressive 53-931-3 receiving line on just 85 targets in his second NFL season. He should fetch a pick that's at least a few rounds higher than the fifth-rounder he was originally selected with, assuming the trade is centered around draft picks. Stills would start across from Mike Wallace in Miami, providing an upgrade over the departed Brian Hartline. The Dolphins recently added tight end Jordan Cameron, while fellow tight end Charles Clay received the transition tag but now seems likely to sign elsewhere.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 8 months ago

Stills, who had five catches on seven targets for 82 yards, left Sunday's game against the Buccaneers in the fourth quarter with an apparent leg injury, ESPN.com reports.

Stills quietly had a very solid season, catching 63 passes on 83 targets for 931 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games. He started off the season slowly, but picked up it after Brandin Cooks went down with a season-ending thumb injury in November. Stills still has two years left on his rookie contract, so he will most likely be back next season as part of a very deep wide receiver corps.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 8 months ago

Stills had six catches on eight targets for 68 yards during Sunday's loss to the Falcons, which eliminated the Saints from playoff contention.

Stills nearly matched his production from Week 15 (five catches on seven targets for 67 yards), though neither games were overly productive for fantasy owners, particularly in non-PPR formats. Stills continues to get a decent number of targets, though he's broken the 100-yard mark just twice this season and has only three touchdowns. Up next is a Week 17 matchup against the Bucs, against whom Stills had one catch on three targets for 16 yards against back in Week 5.

Kenny Stills WR MIA 9 months ago

Stills caught 5-of-7 targets for 57 yards in Monday's 31-15 win over the Bears.

Stills bounced back from a lousy Week 14, along with the rest of the New Orleans offense. According to Nathan Jahnke of Pro Football Focus, Stills finished second among Saints wideouts with 43 snaps, nestled between Marques Colston (52) and Nick Toon (37). Stills has now logged more snaps than Toon in two straight games, after surprisingly recording just 25 snaps in a Week 13 win over the Steelers. Consistency may be hard to come by in the Saints' spread-the-wealth attack, but Stills should get his fair share of opportunities in Week 16, facing a porous Atlanta defense.