Texans Put WR Kenny Stills On Non-Football Illness List

By SportsRadio 610
HOUSTON (SportsRadio 610) -- The Texans have placed wide receiver Kenny Stills on the non-football illness list, according to multiple media reports. 

Stills enters his second season with the Texans after being traded from the Miami Dolphins in the deal for left tackle Laremy Tunsil. 

Stills proved to be a productive player for Houston last season, logging 14 yards per reception on 40 catches. Stills was also second on the team with four touchdown receptions in 2019.

The Texans made massive changes to the wide receiver room for this season, trading DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals, signing free agent slot receiver Randall Cobb, and later trading for speedster Brandin Cooks. 

Texans head coach and general manager said all of the Texans reported for training camp and COVID-19 testing, except for defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes, who elected to opt out of the 2020 season.