Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
2 weeks ago

Stills (undisclosed) is practicing Tuesday, Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Stills missed the final two days of OTAs due to an unspecified injury, but he's back in action for the first day of mandatory minicamp. He's set to reprise his role as a modest-volume deep threat, playing alongside Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker in the three-wide formations that comprise most of Miami's offense.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
2 weeks ago

Stills missed practice Thursday with an undisclosed injury, Armando Salguero of the MIami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

The injury isn't expected to be serious. Stills had a break through season of sorts in 2016 but could be hard pressed to improve this season as Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker, and Julius Thomas will all be looking to be fed in the passing game.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
2 months ago

Stills will likely be fined for participating in an arm wrestling competition at the MGM Grand Resort in Las Vegas last week, NFL.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The NFL has a policy against gambling in which players are barred from being a part of promotional events in casinos. Despite the impending fine, he'll soon embark upon his third offseason program with the Dolphins acting within a passing attack led by QB Ryan Tannehill, wideouts Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker, and tight end Julius Thomas.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
2 months ago

Stills was one of about three dozen players involved in a charity arm wrestling tournament at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas last weekend, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

The tournament was in direct violation of the NFL's gambling policy so the NFL could levy a fine or a suspension. It's unlikely that Stills, and other players, would be forced to miss games because of a charity event but the NFL has strict rules against anything involving gambling and casinos. It would seem a hefty fine and a warning advising stricter punishment if this were to happen again will be the likely punishment.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
4 months ago

Stills signed a four-year, $32 million contract with the Dolphins on Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Dolphins traded for Stills two seasons ago, and while his first year in Miami was largely considered a disappointment, he proved his worth this past season by collecting a career-high nine touchdowns while serving as the team's primary deep threat. However, with Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker, Leonte Caroo and Julius Thomas set to round out QB Ryan Tannehill's receiving corps in 2017, Stills will be hard-pressed to improve upon his 2016 numbers as there are only so many targets to go around in what's turning into a run-centric Dolphins offense.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
4 months ago

The Dolphins hope to re-sign Stills, who is drawing interest from at least three teams, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

EDGE Analysis

Following a disastrous first season in Miami, the 24-year-old Stills re-emerged as a big-play weapon in 2016, catching 42 passes for 726 yards and nine touchdowns on 81 targets (17.3 YPR, 9.0 YPT). He could get more volume with a different team, and a move away from Miami would free up more opportunities for Dolphins wideouts DeVante Parker and Leonte Carroo

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
4 months ago

Stills and the Dolphins are in negotiations over a new contract, Chris Perkins of the Sun-Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

Stills did not receive Miami's franchise or transition tag prior to this week's deadline, which has him set to enter free agency next week. Nonetheless, Dolphins coach Adam Gase has made it clear he wants Stills to remain with the team. Although the parties have engaged in talks over a new deal, Stills' projected $10-12 million annual salary could prove too big of a stumbling block in negotiations, leaving his future team uncertain for the time being.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
4 months ago

The Dolphins didn't use their franchise or transition tags on Stills, the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Finishing the 2016 campaign as the Dolphins' leader in touchdowns with nine, Stills tacked on a respectable 726 yards on his 42 receptions (81 targets). His subsequent mark of 17.3 YPC ranked third in the NFL, with his big-play ability likely to determine his market value over the next few weeks. With an asking price perhaps out of Miami's reach, the 24-year-old could very well be a part of the third organization of his career next season.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
4 months ago

Stills is expected to leave Miami in free agency, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Stills had a big season in 2016 with 42 receptions, 726 yards, and nine touchdowns. The Dolphins would like him back and will talk to his representative at the NFL Scouting Combine but in the end Stills is expected to require a contact with an AAV of $12 million per season and that is likely to be to much for Miami to spend with Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker already on the team.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
5 months ago

The Dolphins will meet with the agent for Stills while at the Senior Bowl, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Stills had what may be his best season to date for Miami as he led the team with nine touchdown receptions and had 42 receptions and 726 yards, both second best marks in his career. The Dolphins are hoping that when they exchange numbers with his representatives that a deal can be worked out. Stills isn't a top priority but he is someone the Dolphins would like to have back in their offense.