Kenny Stills likely Texans' 'odd man out'

Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills "appears to be the odd man out," writes Aaron Reiss of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Reiss points to a handful of reasons for Stills being on the outskirts, including the Texans acquiring Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb this offseason and the "redundancy" of skill-sets between Stills, Cooks, and Cobb. The Texans can also clear Stills' $7 million salary off the books via release or trade. He only had one 100-yard game last season and set a career-low with 14.0 yards per catch. Stills turns 28 next week.

Stills averaged 7.7 FanDuel points (WR66), 43.2 yards, 3.1 receptions, and 4.2 targets per game with 4 touchdowns. His 10.2 yards per target was sixth-most among qualified wide receivers last season and he ranked 8th in numberFire's advanced per-target receiving metric out of 81 wideouts with 50-plus targets.