Kenny Stills will make his first start for the Dolphins on Sunday. Kirby Lee USA TODAY Sports

Sunday marks Dan Campbell's first game as interim head coach of the Miami Dolphins, and it didn't come without a few changes to the starting lineup.

Kenny Stills, whom the Dolphins acquired in an offseason trade, has replaced Greg Jennings as the No. 3 wide receiver Sunday. Additionally, Billy Turner takes over as the starting right guard, replacing struggling rookie Jamil Douglas.

Stills was acquired for a third-round pick in the offseason, but hasn't seen much action thus far. He had his best game of the season in Week 4 when he caught five passes for 81 yards and a touchdown. That performance could be what led Campbell to bench Jennings for Stills. Rookie DeVante Parker was also a candidate to move up on the depth chart, but it was Stills who got the call.

In four starts, Jennings had caught just seven passes for 54 yards and failed to find the end zone. He remains active, but he's expected to have a smaller role on offense.

As for Turner, he reclaims the right guard spot after maintaining it for much of training camp. It wasn't until just before Week 1 that Douglas bumped him from the starting lineup, but the rookie has struggled this season. The Dolphins hope this will provide a spark for an offense that's been struggling of late.

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