After trading for Tyreek Hill, the Miami Dolphins appear to have a surplus at wide receiver. DeVante Parker could be the odd man out.
This afternoon, the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reported that multiple teams have contacted the Dolphins about Parker's availability. The 2o15 first-round pick has spent the first seven years of his career with Miami but may be expendable with Hill in the fold.
Hill and Jaylen Waddle form an awesome 1-2 punch at wideout for the Dolphins, with Parker and the recently-signed Cedrick Wilson next in line. If Miami is okay with its depth at receiver beyond that--or plans on adding to the position during the upcoming NFL Draft--it might make sense to move Parker.
Certainly, there is a market for his services, as NFL fans and analysts made clear this afternoon.
Parker played in only 10 games last season, starting eight. He registered 40 receptions for 515 yards and two touchdowns.
The Louisville product's best season came in 2019, when he played in all 16 contests and caught 72 passes for 1,202 yards and nine scores. That year is the only time in Parker's career he didn't miss a game due to injury and eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark.