The New Orleans Saints are reuniting with a former draft pick Kenny Stills. They are adding the veteran wide receiver to their practice squad. He has the potential to be added to the active roster with Tre’Quan Smith currently on Injured Reserve.
Kenny Stills going back where it began. The veteran wide receiver is signing to the #Saints' practice squad after working out for the team today, source says. Have to figure he's a possible add to their active roster soon.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 14, 2021
The Saints offense already looked explosive with a 38-3 win over the Green Bay Packers, adding Kenny Stills will just add another explosive element to their offense. Stills will admittedly get a shot to get a roster spot with the similarity with the coaching staff and playbook.
Kenny Stills was drafted by the Saints in the 5th-round of the 2013 draft. He spent two years with the team before being traded to the Miami Dolphins. His best years came with the Houston Texans, most Saints fans will remember his almost walk-off touchdown in week one of 2018. Most recently he was on the Buffalo Bills practice squad. He now reunites with his former team that needs some bodies in the wide receiver room. Stills could be a huge contributor in the Saints’ new-look offense.