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Kenny Stills | Wide Receiver | #10

Team: Miami Dolphins
Age / DOB:  (24) / 4/22/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 195
College: Oklahoma
Drafted: 2013 / Rd. 5 (144) / NO
Contract: view contract details

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Dolphins re-signed WR Kenny Stills to a four-year, $32 million contract with $20 million guaranteed.
It's a major win for Miami after Stills looked likely to leave for better offers. Stills averaged 17.3 yards per reception and set a career high in touchdown catches (9) in Adam Gase's first season and will return as the Dolphins' primary outside receiver. The move speaks to Miami's lack of confidence in DeVante Parker and Leonte Carroo. Re-signing Stills won't prevent the Fins from signing contract-year slot WR Jarvis Landry to a long-term extension. Only 24 years old, Stills can now re-hit the free agent market at age 28. Mar 8 - 8:14 PM

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Date:'s Ian Rapoport reports the Dolphins are still trying to re-sign free agent Kenny Stills, but that "at least" three teams are in on him.

The Miami Herald also reported it's still not a done deal that Stills will remain in Miami. Young, versatile and explosive, Stills should land some impressive coin.
Mar 8 - 5:00 PM

The Miami Herald "would be surprised" if free agent Kenny Stills doesn't re-sign with the Dolphins.

The Dolphins are making a late push to keep Stills after he looked likely to leave for better offers. Early reports expected Stills to command $12 million annually but it sounds like he could settle for a deal in the range of $8 million. Re-signing Stills would block Leonte Carroo from a bigger 2017 role.
Mar 8 - 4:20 PM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Dolphins are making a "push" to keep free agent Kenny Stills.

For a while it looked like Stills would be headed elsewhere, but apparently the Dolphins don't feel that Leonte Carroo is ready to be an every-down player. Miami's offer to Stills is in the range of $8 million annually. Last week it was reported that Stills could eclipse $12 million a year on the open market, so he'd be taking a significant discount to return to Miami.
Mar 8 - 2:51 PM

ESPN's James Walker believes it is unlikely impending free agent Kenny Stills re-signs with the Dolphins.

Miami is working to bring him back, but they are unlikely to match an asking price which is reportedly as high as $12 million per season, especially considering the deal walk-year Jarvis Landry is sure to land this summer. Stills will be a hot name when free agency opens next week.
Source: ESPN
Mar 4 - 11:19 AM

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are unlikely to re-sign impending free agent Kenny Stills.

Salguero reports the Dolphins will "make a strong pitch" at the Combine this week, but Stills is "more likely to leave via free agency than stay in Miami." Considering Salguero has already reported the receiver is likely to land around $12 million a year on the open market, it is not surprising the Dolphins are struggling to match that price. Only 24, Stills likely will be one of the hottest names when the legal tampering period opens next week.
Feb 28 - 9:34 AM

ESPN's Tim McManus reports "several free-agent wide receivers" are "drawn to the idea" of playing with Carson Wentz.

It is great news for the Eagles, who need a No. 1 receiver in the worst way. Still, no receiver is going to take significantly less money just to play with an ascending quarterback, and Philadelphia might not have the financial muscle to be serious contenders for someone like Alshon Jeffery. Kenny Stills might be more in their range, but there are reports he will fetch around $12 million per year. If the Eagles really want to upgrade their receiver position via free agency, they will have to spend top dollar.
Source: ESPN
Feb 28 - 9:19 AM

According to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero, the market for free agent Kenny Stills is "already in the $12 million-a-year" range.

It sounds absurd; Only six NFL receivers make $12 million annually. With the salary cap rising each year, however, lower-tiered players will start making more money. Stills caught nine touchdowns in 2016 and isn't yet 25. He's also more than a one-trick deep threat. The Eagles are already said to be preparing to make a run at Stills when free agency opens March 9. Salguero doesn't expect the Dolphins to come close to Stills' asking price.
Feb 27 - 9:32 AM

The Miami Herald reports re-signing free agent Kenny Stills remains the Dolphins' top priority.

Stills was a major part of Adam Gase's offense last year but is going to be hard to keep from reaching the market. Beat reporter Adam Beasley projects him to command a four-year, $40 million contract with around $15 million guaranteed. That may price Stills out of Miami's range given their depth at receiver. The Dolphins also need to sign walk-year WR Jarvis Landry to an extension.
Feb 17 - 7:02 PM

The Palm Beach Post considers re-signing free agent Kenny Stills Miami’s top offseason priority.

The Dolphins opened talks with Stills at the Senior Bowl, but haven’t made progress since. Things should heat up closer to the Combine. Stills is going to be hard to keep with multiple teams already expressing interest. Miami is expected to offer Stills a deal in the range of $6.5 million annually.
Feb 11 - 2:29 PM

The Miami Herald reports impending free agent Kenny Stills "likes the West Coast" and an offer from an AFC West or NFC West team "could be attractive."

Stills figures to have a robust market. He's coming off arguably his best NFL season and doesn't turn 25 until April. He's really young for a player entering free agency. Stills has already said he'd be interested in a return to the Dolphins, while the Eagles have also been linked to him. A pair of California teams in the Rams and 49ers are both in dire need or playmakers out wide.
Feb 6 - 10:35 AM

Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advance Media reports the Eagles will pursue Kenny Stills if the Dolphins allow the receiver to hit free agency.

Re-signing Stills is reportedly one of the Dolphins' "priorities" this offseason, but with a big deal for Jarvis Landry on the way, Miami might not have the money to pay both guys. Only 24, Stills makes sense for an Eagles offense in desperate need of receiver help, but he is sure to pique the interest of plenty other teams if he hits the open market. The Eagles will create more cap room before March, but they still might not have the ammunition to get into a bidding war.
Feb 2 - 11:27 AM

The Dolphins will meet with impending free agent WR Kenny Stills' representation at the Senior Bowl.

Stills and DE Andre Branch are reportedly Miami's "free agent priorities." The Dolphins did draft a possible Stills replacement in third-rounder Leonte Carroo last year, but Carroo doesn't stretch the field like Stills. That said, the 24-year-old receiver could cost a pretty penny coming off a nine-touchdown season, and Stills might be looking for a bigger role after totaling just 144 targets in two years with the Dolphins. It is by no means a slam dunk Stills is back in Miami.
Jan 26 - 10:29 AM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins will make an effort to re-sign impending free agent Kenny Stills.

Per plugged-in reporter Barry Jackson, coach Adam Gase "very much values (Stills) and the front office is fully aware of his value, too." Still only 24, Stills re-gained his career momentum this season after it stalled under clueless Joe Philbin in 2015. A vertical threat with more than a straight-line speedster's route tree, Stills should have a nice market if he passes on signing an extension before free agency.
Jan 12 - 6:34 PM

Impending free agent Kenny Stills said he's hopeful he'll be able to re-sign with the Dolphins.

Stills said the team is building something "special" and wants to be apart of it. Stills doesn't turn 25 until April and is super young for a free agent heading into his second contract. He's yet to have a 1,000-yard season, but Stills just set a new career-best with nine touchdowns in 2016 and has averaged 16.7 YPR in his career. He's a true deep threat who can do more than just run straight. With youth and speed on his side, Stills is a candidate for a sizable contract.
Jan 9 - 12:45 PM