Tagged: Kenny Stills (7 Results)
Podcast: August 28 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now
Part 2 of our conversation with Jared Smola: closing out the draft strategy guide and getting Jared's answers to our burning outside-expert questions of 2018. Sponsored by the Fantasy Index Super Fanatic Package. more »
Stills returns to practice
Miami wide receiver KENNY STILLS returned to practice on Tuesday as he appears to be fully recovered from ankle and calf injuries. No word just yet but Stills’ return to practice should bode well for him playing in Saturday night’s exhibition game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Source: Team Blog
Factoid: Jarvis Landry
The Browns traded for Jarvis Landry at the start of the offseason. He cost them fourth- and seventh-round picks; not too expensive. But it looks like he might be playing for them on just the one-year franchise tender, and won't necessarily be with the team long-term. After leading the league with 112 receptions last year, odds are against him being similarly productive in 2018. more »
Around the NFL: Trouble looming for Landry?
Saw a story that the NFL is investigating an alleged domestic incident involving Jarvis Landry. The police didn't press charges, but as we saw with Ezekiel Elliott, the NFL doesn't have to let that stop them. Looks like something those drafting in the next few days should at the very least have in the back of their minds. more »
Factoid: New Orleans Saints
The Saints surprised me when they signed Ted Ginn Jr. He’s 32, a one-dimensional player, and he drops a lot of balls. But Sean Payton says he thinks Ginn will fit perfectly into their offense. more »
WR Stills still a Dolphin
Miami wide receiver KENNY STILLS will be staying with the Dolphins thanks to a new four-year, $32 million contract. Stills led the team in touchdown catches last year and returns to… More what could be one of the better wide receiver units in the league along with JARVIS LANDRY and DEVANTE PARKER. New tight end JULIUS THOMAS will be in the receiving mix as well. Less
Source: Miami Herald