Kenny Stills

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills (84) catches a 14-yard touchdown during the preseason game between the New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium on Sunday, August 25, 2013. (Photo by Michael DeMocker, / The Times-Picayune) Content Exchange

FORT WORTH, Texas — The New Orleans Saints are reuniting with receiver Kenny Stills, according to a report from Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network.

Stills, at least for now, will be on the Saints' 16-man practice squad.

Stills had a workout with the Saints on Monday, as their receiver depth took a shot last week after Tre’Quan Smith was placed on the injured reserve due to a hamstring injury.

The Saints have Marquez Callaway, Deonte Harris, Chris Hogan, Lil'Jordan Humphrey and Ty Montgomery as their active roster receivers, and have Kevin White, Kawaan Baker and Easop Winston Jr. on their practice squad.

The Oklahoma product was drafted by the Saints in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL draft, and he played for the team for two seasons before he was traded to the Miami Dolphins.

Before the trade, Stills played in 31 games in the black and gold and recorded 1,572 yards on 95 receptions with eight touchdowns.

He has since played for the Miami Dolphins (2015-18) and the Houston Texans (2019-20). He was briefly with the Buffalo Bills late in the 2020 season on their practice squad.

In total, Stills has 4,843 yards receiving on 310 receptions with 37 touchdowns in eight seasons. Though, he hasn't started much since his days in Miami.

Last season, Stills played in 10 games and had 11 catches for 144 yards before he was waived in late November.

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