It is unclear if the Green Bay Packers would sign another veteran wide receiver. However, if they were to consider it there may be one ready to come in. This veteran has caught nearly 40 touchdowns in his NFL career. He has also accumulated more than 300 receptions, and nearly 5,000 receiving yards. Kenny Stills may want to play for Green Bay.
Kenny Stills Showing Interest In Green Bay?
Randall Cobb recently had some strong comments regarding the rookie wide receivers. Randall Cobb was reacting to Aaron Rodgers’ strong criticism of the rookie wide receivers having a poor day. Whether it was drops or run in the wrong road, Aaron Rodgers made it clear he was frustrated. Kenny Stills had his two cents to say about the situation:
— Kenny Stills (@KSTiLLS) August 18, 2022
Now are we going to sit here and say that a “raise my hand” emoji on Twitter means he will sign with the Packers? No. But it at least shows that he is paying attention to the situation at hand. Kenny stills is 30 years old and most recently played for the New Orleans Saints.
Stills has been productive in this league
As mentioned earlier, Kenny Stills has over 300 receptions, 4,900 yards receiving, and 38 receiving touchdowns in his career. His best stretch came from 2016 to 2019. During those years he averaged 50 receptions, 761 yards receiving, and seven touchdowns per season. However, that production severely dropped off in 2020 and 2021 where he didn’t even average 200 yards per season.
A signing like this would be a low risk high reward. Given recent years, the veteran would likely come in on a minimum deal. Having an opportunity to play with one of the best quarterbacks in the game is a major selling point for the Packers. If Green Bay sees a need to add more veteran depth to their wide receiving group, Kenny Stills could be their guy.
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