Houston Texans: Kenny Stills keeps fighting the good fight

Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills is attending practices but is still on the non-football injury list. He’s out there fighting the good fight.

The Houston Texans are right in the midst of training camp and before we know it, they’ll be taking the field for the 2020 season which does show a lot of promise but it’s uncertain as to how things will pan out.

But you better believe as long as this team has Deshaun Watson in the fold, the sky is limit and they’re going to be right in the thick of things to be one of the better teams in the NFL.  It certainly remains to be seen if this team is a contender with so much parity in professional gridiron football but I think the Houston Texans can be one of the few teams left standing when the dust settles on the season later this year.

But there are a lot of questions that fans have on their mind as the season starts and many remain unanswered as the league tries to retain its undefeated, never-cancelled status without fans in the stadiums.  Our Ken Cline spoke that recently so take a look at what he has to say.  Although the league will take an obvious hit in revenues, football will still amazingly go on as one of the few certain things in life just like death and taxes.

There will be many storylines to follow in camp with the guys are there just as much as the ones

that aren’t present at this time.

Kenny Stills is in town attending practices but is still on the non-football injury list and it’s quite understandable.  He’s been champion for social justice, even with his recent arrest for protesting in front of the Kentucky attorney general’s house with many others fighting for what’s right for Breonna Taylor.  The charges, which included intimidation, were subsequently dropped.

When that story came out around this time last month, I knew it wasn’t true and I’m glad he was able to navigate his way through a difficult situation.

So with all that’s going on, you’d have to wonder if Stills would want to play in such turbulent times but it’s expected that he will return soon and he’ll be making noise this season.

He will be needed to help fill the void of the loss of DeAndre Hopkins and should be able to complement Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb well once it’s all said and done.

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I still think it will be an incredible year for Stills coming up as he continues to grasp this offense with great ease and is a guy that the team can count on.

But until then, we must wait until he’s ready to go which is likely imminent.

Keep fighting the good fight, Kenny…