Report: Eagles to Make a Play for Kenny Stills
We all no the Eagles issues at the wide receiver position the past two season, but they could be focused on trying to fix that during the free agency period this offseason.
According to Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advance Media the Eagles will pursue Kenny Stills if the Dolphins allow the receiver to hit free agency.
Stills just set a new career-best with nine touchdowns, but had just with 42 catches for 726 yards in 2016. His career 16.7 yards-per-catch average could be the big play threat the Eagles have lacked for quarterback Carson Wentz.
While Still hasn't established himself yet, he gives the Eagles something they severely lack, a vertical threat with more than a straight-line speedster's route tree.
For what it's worth, Stills, who doesn't turn 25 until April, said he's hopeful he'll be able to re-sign with the Dolphins.