Report: Former Miami Dolphins wideout to sign with Buffalo Bills

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Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills reportedly is expected to sign with the Buffalo Bills.

If all goes well, Stills will join Buffalo for practice next week.

Stills, 28, spent four seasons with Miami before he was traded to the Houston Texans in 2019.

The Texans cut Stills this season after he caught just 11 passes for 144 yards and one score through 10 games.

Now, Stills will be back in the AFC East. Ironically, the Bills and Dolphins play in Week 17, but Stills won’t be able to face his former team because he needs to clear COVID-19 protocols.

However, it is possible that the two teams could meet at some point this postseason.

Buffalo is 12-3 and has already clinched a playoff berth. Miami is 10-5 and the No. 5 seed in the AFC, but it could solidify its playoff position with either a win or losses by other teams in Week 17.

For his career, Stills has caught 310 passes for 4,843 yards and 37 touchdowns. He will be yet another weapon at Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s disposal this postseason.