Dolphins WR Kenny Stills seeking changes, on and off field (The Associated Press)

Kenny Stills’ actions Monday were the perfect microcosm of where the Miami Dolphins are right now. A day after he kneeled for the national anthem and later dropped a sure-fire touchdown pass in a 12-10 loss to Seattle, Stills stood in the locker room – his hands cradling a football the entire time – and spoke of a need for societal change. Back home after an all-night flight from Seattle, the Dolphins started the process Monday of figuring out what needs to get better on the field to have a chance at New England this weekend.