NFL.com'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 "would be surprised" if free agent Kenny Stills doesn't re-sign with the Dolphins.
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Dolphins are making a "push" to keep free agent Kenny Stills.
ESPN's James Walker believes it is unlikely impending free agent Kenny Stills re-signs with the Dolphins.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are unlikely to re-sign impending free agent Kenny Stills.
ESPN's Tim McManus reports "several free-agent wide receivers" are "drawn to the idea" of playing with Carson Wentz.
According to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero, the market for free agent Kenny Stills is "already in the $12 million-a-year" range.
The Miami Herald reports re-signing free agent Kenny Stills remains the Dolphins' top priority.
The Palm Beach Post considers re-signing free agent Kenny Stills Miami’s top offseason priority.
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."
Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advance Media reports the Eagles will pursue Kenny Stills if the Dolphins allow the receiver to hit free agency.
The Dolphins will meet with impending free agent WR Kenny Stills' representation at the Senior Bowl.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins will make an effort to re-sign impending free agent Kenny Stills.
Impending free agent Kenny Stills said he's hopeful he'll be able to re-sign with the Dolphins.