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Kenny Stills, wide receiver, Houston Texans

Less than a year after acquiring him, the Texans are reportedly ready to move on from Kenny Stills. Given the depth at receiver in this year’s draft class and Stills would carry a $7 million cap hit for the upcoming season, Houston’s  potential return could be limited. 

However, getting something for Stills is  better than paying $7 million for a player who has similar skills as every receiver on the Houston roster.

Given his skills as a vertical threat, the 27-year-old Stills would be intriguing to a lot of teams. Notably, he could be an excellent fit for the Packers, Vikings, Ravens, Broncos and Eagles. Stills (40 receptions, 561 yards, fours TDs in 2019) would likely cost a sixth-round pick, a move that would provide excellent value for any team.

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2 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

And if so what do you suggest?


nfl is a WR league and as deep as this class is it’s looking like 48 might be too far down 

So far we've actually gotten lucky that not many WRs have been taken. 

I think we will be in good shape at 48. May have to trade up a little.

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