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|Stills joins the Dolphins after two seasons as Drew Brees’ deep threat in New Orleans. He will likely continue to work outside as a deep threat for Ryan Tannehill in the role left vacant after the departure of Mike Wallace. In addition to being a speed burner who can stretch the field, Stills proved last season with his 63 catches for 931 yards and three TDs that he is not just a one-trick pony which is critical as Tannehill is not known as a good deep-ball thrower. As the number two wide out opposite of Jarvis Landry, and with many mouths to feed in the passing game, Stills will do well to finish as a high-end number three wideout in standard 12-team leagues.
Comment: The Dolphins revamped their entire receiving corps, except for Landry. Stills should start on the outside.
| Surgery for Dolphins WR DeVante Parker|
Left foot injury puts rookie on the back burner
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Jun 5, 10:27 am
|Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker had left foot surgery this morning at Doctor's Hospital in Coral Gables.
He will not participate in the team's minicamp and will miss the start of training camp but will be ready for the start of the regular season, per a team source.
FFToday's Take: Parker's fantasy prospects for 2015 have taken a big hit. How much he's able to participate in camp will be key as it's typically difficult for rookie receivers to make a significant impact, especially when the position group is stacked like it is in Miami. Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and veteran Greg Jennings sit atop the depth chart. Parker is off the re-draft league board for now.
|Dolphins sign WR Greg Jennings|
By: Mike Krueger | Wed Apr 22, 6:10 pm
|NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Greg Jennings will sign a two-year, $8 million deal with the Dolphins, according to a source informed of the deal. (NFL.com)|
FFToday's Take: The Dolphins have overhauled their receiving corps, getting rid of Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson while bringing in Kenny Stills, TE Jordan Cameron and now Jennings. Jennings is familiar with head coach Joe Philbin from their time in Green Bay and should serve as the No.3 receiver in the Dolphins offense behind Landry and Stills. He's in the WR4-5 range for redraft leagues.