|Date of Birth:||04/22/1992|
|Drafted:||2013 | Round 5 | Pick 144|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
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The Saints are signing Kenny Stills to the practice squad.
Stills began his career with New Orleans, and the veteran receiver is now back for a relatively thin receiving corps. Stills will look to work his way to the active roster this season, which is expected to happen at some point.
The Bills have elevated Kenny Stills from the practice squad.
Stills will bring some more speed to the Buffalo offense in a potential shootout, and he’ll be a decent DFS flier because all it might take is one play for him to pay dividends.
The Bills signed Kenny Stills to the practice squad.
This was rumored to be a likely signing when Stills cleared COVID protocols, and the veteran receiver will officially serve as depth for the Bills as they enter the postseason.
The Texans released Kenny Stills, according to multiple reports.
This season has not gone well for either side, so Stills will now move on and get a fresh start. We'll see where the veteran receiver lands, but he's not a recommended fantasy pickup yet.
Kenny Stills (leg) is out for the remainder of today's game.
Stills is being ruled out to begin the second half, as is teammate Randall Cobb (foot), so the Texans will be shorthanded for the final 30 minutes versus the Patriots. Stills did not have any catches before leaving.
The Texans took Kenny Stills of the NFI list.
Stills passed his physical and is now back on the active roster for Houston. Stills is looking to lock up a roster spot on a slightly revamped Texans team this summer.
The Texans placed Kenny Stills on the NFI list.
Stills has an illness, and we expect that he should be fine soon. The veteran receiver might not be a 100% lock for Houston's roster, so hopefully he can get on the field soon.
Kenny Stills had his felony charges dropped.
This was fully expected, as it was unlikely Stills would be fully prosecuted following a protest with dozens of other people. Stills is set to report for training camp with the Texans later this month.
Kenny Stills facing felony charge following protest last night.
Stills and 86 others are facing charges after protesting at the home of the Kentucky Attorney General "to demand action against the police officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor in March", according to the Louisville Courier Journal. Stills was charged with a felony of intimidating a participant in the legal process, so it sounds like he might have taken things too far after what was said to be a peaceful protest (but on private property) was being broken up when the protesters were told to leave. This might be a legal issue Stills won't have much trouble getting out of, and NFL discipline seems unlikely; but the situation is worth keeping in mind for now.
Kenny Stills (knee) is officially active for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs.
Stills will be the team’s No. 3 receiver with Will Fuller (groin) back in the lineup, which lowers in fantasy floor in a tough matchup.
Kenny Stills (knee) has been removed from the injury report.
Stills was never expected to miss Saturday's playoff game, and he should operate as Houston's No. 2 wideout with Will Fuller (groin) listed as questionable and reportedly unlikely to play. Buffalo is very stout in pass coverage and typically doesn't allow deep passes, but Stills could be a decent upside play in DFS lineups.
Kenny Stills (knee) was officially limited in today’s practice.
Stills is banged up, but he should be listed as questionable at worst when the final Wild Card Round injury report is out tomorrow.
Kenny Stills (knee) was officially limited in Tuesday's practice.
Stills didn't play last week with Houston locked into the No. 4 seed, so it's unclear how big of an issue the knee injury is right now. The Texans are hoping one or both of Stills and Will Fuller (groin) will be on the field against the Bills this weekend.
Kenny Stills (knee) is officially inactive for Week 17.
Today's game could potentially mean nothing for the Texans regarding playoff seeding, so this is not a surprise. Stills' regular season ends with 40 receptions for 561 yards and four touchdowns, and he should be good to go for the postseason next year.
Kenny Stills (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Week 17.
Stills' status might ultimately come down to what the Texans do with their starters on Sunday, but ideally you'll have a safer option for your fantasy lineup.
Kenny Stills (hamstring) is practicing fully.
After missing the last two games, Stills looks like he'll return to the lineup this week against the Colts. Stills creates more of a logjam at receiver for the Texans, and he's not a recommended fantasy option for Week 7.
Kenny Stills (hamstring) is officially inactive for the Texans.
Stills remains out for the hamstring injury suffered a couple of weeks ago, but he should be getting close to a return. We’ll see if he can get on the field for a divisional matchup with the Colts next week. DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller, and Keke Coutee will work as the top three receivers for Deshaun Watson in a potential shootout today against the Chiefs.
Kenny Stills (hamstring) is officially questionable for Week 6.
Stills was limited in practice all week again, but that was also the case last week before he was inactive. Still is a game-time call for Sunday against the Chiefs.
Kenny Stills (hamstring/ankle) is officially inactive for Week 5.
Stills was able to participate in practice on a limited basis this week, but he’ll sit this one out against the Falcons. Keke Coutee will have a clear role as a starter along with DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller today.
Kenny Stills (hamstring/ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Week 5.
Stills was able to practice on a limited basis all week, so we'd think he'll be out there against the Falcons on Sunday. Stills' status will be known by 11:30 AM ET on gameday.
Kenny Stills (hamstring) is questionable to return for the Texans.
Stills is headed to the locker room, which probably isn't a good sign. We'll update you as more information becomes available on his status.
The Dolphins have traded Kenny Stills to the Texans, according to multiple reports.
The trade is a blockbuster that also sends star left tackle Laremy Tunsil to the Texans in exchange for multiple draft picks, as Houston is clearly going all in on a Super Bowl this year after already trading picks for running backs Duke Johnson and Carlos Hyde. From a fantasy perspective, the receiving corps is suddenly very cloudy behind DeAndre Hopkins, as Stills is a repeatable talent to Will Fuller, and Keke Coutee will also remain involved. Overall, this move likely improves the fantasy outlook for Deshaun Watson while negatively impacting everyone else. And for Miami, they are clearly rebuilding and should have the process accelerated with this trade. It's also a sign that they want to target Alabama's Tua Tagovialoa (a left-handed quarterback) in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Kenny Stills throws touchdown pass in loss to the Bills.
Stills caught three passes for 27 yards, also adding a three-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Tannehill on his only attempt of the game. The Oklahoma product finishes his age-26 campaign with 37 receptions for 553 yards (14.9 average) and six touchdowns. It could be a year of turnover for Miami heading into 2019, but the expectation is that Stills will be back as an effective deep threat and quality late-round flier in fantasy drafts.
Kenny Stills held in check as Miami gets eliminated from playoff contention.
Stills caught just one pass for five yards. He won't be a recommended fantasy option next week against the Bills in Buffalo.
Kenny Stills catches one pass in Week 15.
Stills gained 17 yards on his lone reception against the Vikings. It was risky to trust Stills in fantasy lineups despite his big game last week, and he'll remain difficult to trust in Week 16 against Jacksonville.
Kenny Stills scores in Week 14.
Stills caught eight passes (on nine targets) for 135 yards and a touchdown against the Patriots, with the score coming on on a seven-yard sprint out in the first quarter. Stills was also the first receiver to catch the ball on the game-winning lateral play, as he pitched it to DeVante Parker who then pitched it to Kenyan Drake. This was Stills' highest receiving total of the season, and he now has two touchdowns in two weeks after complaining about his role. However, he's a risky play in the second week of the fantasy playoffs next week against the Vikings.
Kenny Stills scores in Week 13.
Stills, who complained about his role/lack of targets during the week, caught four passes for 37 yards and a touchdown against the Bills. The score was on a corner route where he made a nice catch with two defenders in coverage. Stills is not a recommended fantasy option against New England in Week 14.
Kenny Stills held to one reception as Miami falls to 5-6.
It went for six yards, but Stills was second on the team with four targets. The deep threat can get behind the defense in any given week, but he won't be a strong play next Sunday against Tre'Davious White and the Bills.
Kenny Stills catches two passes against the Packers.
Stills gained 26 yards on his two Week 10 receptions. He'll use the bye to get his groin closer to 100% if it's not there right now, but Stills doesn't need to be on fantasy rosters right now.
Kenny Stills catches one pass in Week 9.
Stills gained 19 yards on his lone reception against the Jets. Stills pushed to play despite dealing with a groin injury, so perhaps another several days off ahead of Week 10 will give him time to get closer to 100%. You're hoping for a big play if you insert him into fantasy lineups against the Packers next week.
Kenny Stills (groin) is inactive against the Jets.
Stills wanted to play, and he showed enough in pre-game warmups to convince the team that he’s ready to go. Stills is a boom/bust FLEX option for Week 9, but there are probably better options out there in standard-sized leagues.
Kenny Stills (groin) is officially questionable for Sunday.
The Dolphins have said they don't want to risk Stills aggravating his groin injury by returning to early, but Stills himself wants to play. It sets up an interesting situation to watch on Sunday. The Dolphins kickoff at 1:00 PM ET, so Stills' Week 9 status will be known before noon on Sunday.
Kenny Stills (groin) did not practice today.
It’s only Wednesday, but it sounds like the Dolphins might not want to risk Stills returning early to re-aggravate his injury. Consider him 50/50 for Sunday, and we’ll track his status the next two days.
Kenny Stills (groin) has "a shot" to play in Week 9, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Stills' groin injury isn't considered serious, which is great to hear. He was ruled out early this week because it was going to be a stretch to play on a quick turnaround for tonight's Thursdays night game, but Stills might be able to suit up against the Jets in Week 9. We'll track his practice status next week, and it'll be interesting to see how the Miami receiving corps performs without Stills and Albert Wilson (hip) tonight against Houston.
Kenny Stills (groin) will not play in Week 8.
Miami plays on Thursday night, so they've already ruled their No. 1 receiver out for a matchup with the Texans. Albert Wilson (hip) is also not going to play, so the 4-3 Dolphins will roll with DeVante Parker and Jakeem Grant behind Danny Amendola at receiver. It'll be interesting to see if Adam Gase's offense makes a move at the position, but Parker is an intriguing add in all fantasy leagues, as he has the talent to make an impact. Stills can probably be dropped in 10- or 12-team leagues that he was owned in.
Kenny Stills scores in Dolphins' loss.
Stills caught a five-yard corner route against the Lions, and he unfortunately ran into and injured a security guard after the catch. It was good to see him show class by checking to see if the woman was OK. Stills is difficult to trust in fantasy lineups right now, but the Texans are a beatable secondary on deep balls, and he faces them on Thursday night.
Kenny Stills catches one pass in Week 6.
Stills' lone reception went for 35 yards, but he also had a two-point conversion to tie the game in the fourth quarter. Stills remains a risky boom/bust FLEX option.
Kenny Stills bottled up in Week 5 loss.
Stills caught two-of-five targets for 17 yards as the Dolphins fell to the Bengals, 27-17. Through five games, the deep threat has proven to be an unreliable FLEX option, and he is unlikely to turn into a trusted fantasy play with Miami's passing attack struggling. Perhaps the involvement of Kenyan Drake as a receiver will open things up, but Stills doesn't need to be rostered heading into a matchup with the Bears.
Kenny Stills bottled up in blowout loss to the Patriots.
Stills caught three passes for 40 yards against a beatable New England secondary, as Miami completed just 11 passes with the starters in the game. Through four games, Stills has been hit or miss, but he's on pace for a 48/896/12 line and should remain a boom-or-bust FLEX option in Week 5 against the Bengals.
Kenny Stills scores in Week 3.
Stills caught three passes for 61 yards and a touchdown in a win against the Raiders, with the score coming on a 34-yard dime to the end zone after Stills got behind the defense. Stills had a two-touchdown Week 1, a 17-yard Week 2, and now this outing. He's a boom/bust option for Week 3 against the Patriots.
Kenny Stills catches two passes in Week 2 win.
Stills gained 17 yards on his two receptions (three targets) against the Jets. Stills will look to bounce back in Week 3 against the Raiders, but he's more of a weaker FLEX option.
Kenny Stills goes off in Week 1 victory.
Stills was contained for most of the game, but he and the Dolphins exploded for 17 points in the fourth quarter, with the highlight being a beautiful deep ball from Ryan Tannehill for a 75-yard touchdown. The deep threat finished with four receptions for 106 yards and two scores, with the other coming on a quick out from ten yards away in the first half. Stills should again be worth a start next week against a Jets team that he stung for 85 yards and two touchdowns last October.
Kenny Stills caught three passes for 34 yards in Sunday's loss to Buffalo.
Signed to a big contract in the offseason, Stills started all 16 games for Miami and caught 58 passes for 847 yards and six touchdowns this season. He also fumbled an inordinate four times for a wide receiver, losing two of them. Stills carries upside at the end of fantasy drafts next summer, but DeVante Parker and Jarvis Landry will be the clear top options for the passing game in 2018.
Kenny Stills catches four passes in Week 16.
Stills was targeted six times against Kansas City, gaining 54 yards on his four receptions. He also lost a fumble in the loss. Considering Stills was held to one catch in Miami's Week 15 matchup with Buffalo, he's not a fantasy option to end the season next week against them.
Kenny Stills catches one pass in Week 15.
Stills had a step on a deep ball, but Jay Cutler slightly overthrew it. Stills couldn't do much besides that, catching one pass for eight yards as he dealt with a Bills secondary led by great rookie corner Tre'Davious White. He might be able to get deep against the Chiefs next week, but Stills has risk in fantasy lineups.
Kenny Stills gets four targets against the Patriots.
Stills caught two passes for 18 yards in the Week 14 win. After four consecutive solid games for Stills, this was a bit of a dud for the first week of the fantasy playoffs. Stills is a boom/bust option next week versus Buffalo.
Kenny Stills scores in Week 13 win.
Stills caught five passes for 98 yards, including a 23-year touchdown in the fourth quarter. He also lost a fumble, but overall, it was a great game for the deep threat. Stills is on pace for 977 yards this season, but he might not be able to get deep in Week 14 against Bill Belichick's defense. We'd look elsewhere for the first week of the fantasy playoffs.
Kenny Stills caught three passes for 47 yards in Sunday's loss to New England.
Stills was a popular play with Matt Moore under center, but it's no surprise that Bill Belichick didn't let him get behind the defense. No matter who is at quarterback in Week 13, Stills isn't a good fantasy option against Denver.
Kenny Stills goes off in Week 11 loss.
Stills caught seven passes for 180 yards, with the highlight be a 61-yard touchdown on a corner route where Matt Moore dropped it in perfectly after he got behind the defense. Despite the big game, Miami's deep threat will still be behind both DeVante Parker and Jarvis Landry in all fantasy formats heading into a matchup with the Patriots. Don't expect Bill Belichick's defense to let him get deep.
Kenny Stills leads the Dolphins in Week 10 receiving.
Stills was targeted eight times against the Panthers, catching five passes for 67 yards in the Monday night loss. With a good matchup against the Bucs next week, Stills will be a boom/bust FLEX option.
Kenny Stills held in check as Dolphins lose to Raiders.
Stills caught three passes for 28 yards, as he was impacted by DeVante Parker's return to the lineup. He will have some big games, but he's better left on the waiver wire heading into a matchup with Carolina.
Kenny Stills leads Dolphins in Week 8 receiving.
Stills caught five of ten targets for 65 yards, with a long of 28 yards, in a blowout loss to the Ravens. Considering how poorly Miami played on offense tonight, it wasn't a bad fantasy day for Stills. He'll probably see more targets with DeVante Parker set to return in Week 8, and he's therefore not a highly-reccomended fantasy option in two Sundays against Oakland.
Kenny Stills scores twice in Week 7 win.
Both scores came when Matt Moore entered the game for an injured Jay Cutler, and Stills finished with six catches for 85 yards. The speedster has benefitted from DeVante Parker (ankle) being out, and he could have another game as the primary perimeter playmaker with Miami taking on Baltimore this Thursday night. If that's the case, Stills will be a solid FLEX option.
Kenny Stills scores in Week 6.
Stills caught all four targets in a win over the Falcons, gaining 49 yards on four receptions. It was the best game of the year so far for Stills, who's touchdown came on a catch in the back of the end zone on a laser from Jay Cutler. Stills would be a better bet for fantasy production if DeVante Parker (ankle) is out again in Week 7 against the Jets.
Kenny Stills gets two targets in Week 5.
Stills had one reception for 13 yards against the Titans. He's not a recommended fantasy option with the offense struggling.
Kenny Stills doesn't do much against his former team.
The former Saints receiver caught all three targets for 13 yards. Stills isn't a reliable fantasy option with the emergence of DeVante Parker this season.
Kenny Stills catches four passes in Week 3.
Stills was targeted ten times, gaining 51 yards on his four receptions. Stills is an OK fantasy option in Week 4 against his former team, the Saints, in London.
Kenny Stills catches 29-yard score in season opener.
Stills was on the receiving end of a Jay Cutler strike, and the speedster finished with two catches for 37 yards in a 19-17 win. He is the clear third option in the passing game, but Stills could find a way to get deep against the Jets next week. Still, he's not a recommended fantasy option.
Kenny Stills catches two passes in Dolphins' third preseason game.
Stills had 18 yards on his two receptions, but his best play was when he drew a pass interference penalty on a long deep ball to the end zone, setting up the Dolphins at the one-yard line where they would punch it in for a touchdown. Stills will have his share of big plays this season, but he'll likely frustrate if you put him in your fantasy lineup every week.
Kenny Stills gets targeted once in second Dolphins preseason game.
Stills caught the target for six yards. The concern for Still's fantasy value is Cutler's evident affinity for throwing to DeVante Parker. Stills will be one of Miami's top three receivers, but he might not approach the nine touchdowns he scored last season if Parker is improved and if new tight end Julius Thomas takes some targets. Stills is still worth a pick late in fantasy drafts as a boom/bust weekly option, though.
Kenny Stills (hamstring) is practicing for the Dolphins today.
Stills missed a couple days with hamstring tightness, but he's back now and should be 100%. He and the other receivers will be looking to get reps with new quarterback Jay Cutler when Cutler starts practicing.
Kenny Stills has a tight hamstring.
Stills left practice early yesterday, but it's just a hamstring issue. The Dolphins likely won't rush him back until he feels 100%, given the injury woes they've had over the last few days.
Kenny Stills will re-sign with the Dolphins, according to Rand Getlin.
It's unclear how much Stills is signing for, but it'd be surprising if it was even close to the $12 million/year that was reportedly the amount Stills was looking for. He doesn't have a huge amount of upside with Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker, and Julius Thomas in the mix, but Stills should be a decent boom/bust FLEX option next season and is worth a pick in the mid-late rounds of fantasy drafts.
Kenny Stills' market is already in the $12 million range, according to Armando Salguero.
Uh, wow. If true, that's surprising. The cap continues to increase, giving teams cap room, but this would be a hefty price to pay for Stills. Good for him if he ends up getting that much though. It appears he will be heavily coveted when he hits the market.
Kenny Stills catches all five targets for Dolphins.
Stills had five receptions for 82 yards in a playoff loss to the Steelers. An upcoming free agent, Stills may have played his last game with the Dolphins. Someone—right or not—will likely throw a big contract Stills' way this offseason.
Kenny Stills caught four passes for 41 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Stills finishes the regular season with 42 catches for 726 yards and a team-leading nine touchdowns. The deep threat has scored in four straight games and will look to make it five in the Wild Card Round against Pittsburgh.
Kenny Stills strikes again.
Kenny Stills pulled in three catches for 35 yards and added his 8th touchdown on the season. Stills led the Dolphins in targets and scored for the third straight game. Stills takes the focus off of Landry for the Dolphins and is a a good FLEX option, but he could also have games where he doesn't do much so carries some risk.
Kenny Stills scores for second straight week.
Lined up in the slot on the play, Stills had a 52-yard touchdown from Matt Moore. The Jets went with an all out blitz and Matt Moore was given time to deliver a deep strike to Stills. Moore also had DeVante Parker open deep on the play and could have also hit him for a touchdown. The touchdown was Stills' only catch of the game, and he remains a boom/bust option.
Kenny Stills catches six passes for 97 yards and a touchdown against the Cardinals.
Stills has alternated single digit and double digit fantasy points the last eight games, so he's a good bet to not have a great game next week against the Jets. He's a boom/bust FLEX option.
Kenny Sills catches two passes for 21 yards.
Boom/bust FLEX that should be left on the wire.
Kenny Stills had three catches for 72 yards and a touchdown against the 49ers in Week 12.
Stills caught a pass on the sideline and easily spun from safety Antoine Bethea to score a 43-yard touchdown. It was bad defense by Bethea. Stills is simply a boom/bust FLEX option.
Stills catches four passes for 33 yards against the Rams.
He’s a boom/bust fantasy option that’s been more bust than boom this season. He should be on the waiver wire.
Stills catches 39 yard touchdown in Week 10 against San Diego.
The TD was a beautiful pass from Ryan Tannehill. Stills finished with two catches for 47 yards and the TD. Stills should be on the waiver wire.