Kenny Stills visiting Bills

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The Bills may be making a veteran addition to their receiving corps ahead of the postseason.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the team is visiting with wide receiver Kenny Stills this week. Schefter adds that there is optimism that a deal will get done, but Stills still has to go through COVID-19 testing protocols.

Stills was released by the Texans in late November and has been unattached since clearing waivers. He had 11 catches for 144 yards and a touchdown in 10 games for the team before being cut loose.

Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, Cole Beasley, Isaiah McKenzie, and Andre Roberts are on the active roster at receiver, but Beasley is considered week-to-week with a leg injury. John Brown came off injured reserve this week, but was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list as a close contact of T.J. Yeldon.

6 responses to “Kenny Stills visiting Bills

  1. Don’t know what’s up with this guy.
    The Texans getting rid of Hopkins should have been the perfect opportunity for Stills to step up. He didn’t. Instead he got released. Don’t know if his issues are on-field or in the locker room.

  2. Colin K lite. Can’t wait to see him call out everyone in Buffalo for no reason and kill that locker room…

  3. “The Texans getting rid of Hopkins should have been the perfect opportunity for Stills to step up. ”

    That’s not true at all. Ignoring the issues with Stills and Texans awful FO. Getting rid of a great #1 is usually bad for the 1A/2, especially when they’re a great like D-Hop as that’s one less WR to focus on. So instead of having to constantly call covered that focuses on guy, allowing the other one or two ( in this case Stills & Fuller) to get free, now you just got to worry about the other one or two. The person who steps into the position of the 2 or the 3 usually isn’t as good. This happens all the time.

    Sometimes if there’s two guys that are good you’ll see one guy get a slight ramp in production, but the other one decreases

    Look at the Steelers, Juju has only had one 100+ yard game after Antonio Brown left.

  4. I hope this does not mean Cole Beasley is hurt more than we think and/or John Brown is still not well enough (even as a recent close COVID contact) to contribute in the near future.

    At this time the Bills probably will need move on from Duke Williams off of the practice squad. I realize that Brown and Beasley are different (speed and a slasher) WR’s than Duke but I figure if he can’t see any action in two years we need to use his spot for another player.

    Nevertheless, Go Bills!@!

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