Like Cordarrelle Patterson, Stills is the ideal free agent. He has experience in the league after spending two seasons in New Orleans and two in Miami, but is still just 24 years old. Stills has been a home run threat since he came into the league with the Saints, and he’s shown flashes of being a quality second or third receiver for a team.
Stills scored nine touchdowns last season with the Dolphins despite being behind both Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker in target shares. He averaged 17.3 yards per catch, and had a 74 yard touchdown, which is significantly further than any Buccaneer receiver scored from in 2016.
With Stills the Buccaneers are getting not only speed, but the ability to run routes and get open, and also make tough catches in traffic (seen above). Stills does however have some history with drops and it’s always curious to see two teams give up on a player, but his skill-set overall really fits in with what the Bucs seek. He’ll likely come at a very affordable price, particularly for the cash-drowning Bucs.