#5. Kenny Stills, WR
The 29th ranked player on MLBTR’s list, Kenny Stills represents a different route the Eagles could go when it comes to adding a veteran presence to their WR room. Unlike the previously mentioned Larry Fitzgerald, who is an X receiver, Stills is more so a slot option/field stretcher.
While the Eagles have a handful of internal options when it comes to naming a starting slot, Stills could give the team another more established option to fall back on.
Jalen Reagor himself tossed out the possibility of playing more slot WR moving forward, but it was Greg Ward who was taking starting reps during OTAs, with Reagor and DeVonta Smith lining up on the outside. If that’s the avenue Nick Sirianni wants to take with his WR room this season, keeping Reagor and Smith on the outside, then adding Stills to be a plus slot option makes a world of sense.
Stills didn’t do a whole lot with Houston and Buffalo this past season, but he’s been good for anywhere from 500 to 800 yards over the previous couple seasons. The Eagles barely got Travis Fulgham to 500 yards last year – Stills’ presence would presumably be very appreciated.
Stills is a veteran who’s been productive in the NFL before, which is more than anyone else in the Eagles WR room can say right now.