Thursday, February 25, 2016

New Dolphins HC Plans to Utilize Kenny Stills This Season

Sounds like new Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase plans to utilize former Oklahoma wide receiver Kenny Stills after having a disappointing season in 2015.

Stills, under former Dolphins' head coach Joe Philbin and interim coach Dan Campbell, had career lows in receptions (27) and yards (440) last season.

Speaking at the NFL Scouting Combine, Gase, who served as Chicago Bears offensive coordinator in 2015 and Denver Broncos the previous two years, said he knows of Stills' potential.

“Done a lot of research on him because we looked at him in the draft. Before he got traded here we were looking at him in Chicago, we were looking at add pieces to the puzzle. He’s a guy that I was excited about. I know that vertical speed.
“Guys like that are hard to find. I’m interested to see what we can do with him. I think we can help him a lot. We’ll see how he ends up producing for us this year.”
Hopefully in 2016, Kenny can return to his previous high level of play that he showed in New Orleans.

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