It's pretty obvious the Eagles need some help at wide receiver going into the 2017 season.
So it shouldn't be a surprise that Kenny Stills, one of the top guys who will hit the market, is reportedly on their radar.
According to NJ.com, the Eagles are "expected to make a push" to sign Stills this offseason. Stills won't even officially become a free agent until March 9, when the new league year begins.
While Stills might not come with the name recognition of Alshon Jeffery or DeSean Jackson, it's easy to see why he's so appealing. At just 24 years old, it appears that Stills is yet to enter the prime of his career.
Stills, a fifth-round pick in 2013 out of Oklahoma, spent the first two years of his career in New Orleans before being traded to the Dolphins.
In 2016, he caught 42 passes for 726 yards and nine touchdowns. In four years, he has 164 catches for 2,738 yards and 20 touchdowns, but has not gone over 1,000 yards in a season.
The most impressive part about Stills' game is his ability to catch the deep ball. His career average yards per reception is 16.7. Since he entered the league in 2013, Stills has 18 catches of 40-plus yards. This past season, Stills had four catches of 40-plus yards; the Eagles had just six.