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Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker made his return to the field during the Week 13 matchup against the New York Giants. He had missed each of the last four games coming into this matchup. Parker returned with a splash, while hauling in all five of his targets for 62 yards in the win. Fantasy managers who took a chance on Parker are certainly happy with the outing. He'll remain a flex option in PPR formats down the stretch after the Week 14 bye.
The Miami Dolphins are activating wide receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder) and center Michael Deiter (foot) from Injured Reserve on Saturday, according to a source. Parker will be active in Week 13 against the New York Giants, but since he hasn't played since Week 8, he's likely to be on some sort of snap count and won't be a great fantasy play. His return is bad news for Mack Hollins and Albert Wilson, who have had bigger roles with Parker and Will Fuller (finger) on IR. Parker's presence will also cut into rookie Jaylen Waddle's targets moving forward, although the impressive first-rounder should still remain quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's top target. In five games in 2021, Parker has 25 catches on 43 targets for 327 yards and one touchdown.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder) could be activated from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the New York Giants. He practiced throughout the week, and if activated before Saturday 4. p.m. ET., Parker could return for Week 13 after missing the last four games with a knee injury. The 28-year-old has hauled in 25-of-43 targets for 327 yards and one touchdown over five games in 2021. Parker owns 24% of the team's target share, ranks 18th among wideouts. Fantasy managers should continue to monitor the situation, but the Dolphins wide receiver is on the flex radar if he returns for Week 13. Stay tuned.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder) will practice on Wednesday. It officially opens Parker's 21-day window to be activated from Injured Reserve. Just because Parker is back at practice doesn't mean that he will be active this Sunday against the New York Giants, and if he is active for the first time since Week 8, he could be eased back into the offense in a game in which the Dolphins may not need to air out the football. That makes the 28-year-old an unexciting fantasy option entering Week 13 action. Once Parker is back and up to full speed, he'll operate as the No. 2 receiver alongside impressive rookie Jaylen Waddle in Miami's passing attack. Mack Hollins and Albert Wilson have seen increased roles with Parker and Will Fuller (finger) on IR.
Miami Dolphins wide receivers DeVante Parker (shoulder) and Will Fuller (finger) are both eligible to return from Injured Reserve this week, but head coach Brian Flores said the team will see how the week goes first. Parker and Fuller will need to return to practice first and prove to the coaching staff that they are ready to play in a Week 12 matchup against the Carolina Panthers, a defense that has allowed the fewest passing yards per game to opposing quarterbacks. Getting both Parker and Fuller back would be a huge boost for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, but it would also be bad news for rookie Jaylen Waddle, who has been the team's top aerial target all year. Parker may be worth stashing in deeper leagues if you need receiving help, while Fuller will be a boom/bust deep threat with a QB that hasn't taken many deep shots in his two seasons.
The Miami Dolphins are placing wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring) on Injured Reserve on Friday after he suffered a setback with his troublesome hamstring in practice this week. Parker, who has already missed three games this year with hamstring and shoulder issues, will now be forced to miss at least three more games. Will Fuller (finger) also remains on IR, so there's a good chance that Preston Williams will be active in Week 9 against the Houston Texans after being a healthy scratch last week. Rookie Jaylen Waddle still remains the most attractive fantasy wideout in Miami, and he's a great option for fantasy lineups this weekend against Houston. Albert Wilson, Mack Hollins and Williams should have bigger roles this week as well.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder, hamstring) suffered a setback and is now doubtful for Sunday's game against the Texans. Parker has been a mainstay on the injury report all year with shoulder and hamstring injuries but could miss the Week 9 contest after just making his return to the field last week. The veteran wideout has seen at least seven targets in every game he's played this year, so his potential absence should open up a fair amount of volume in the offense. Jaylen Waddle and Mike Gesicki should soak up most of the targets left behind by Parker, and both are strong starts in the favorable matchup with Houston.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker made his first appearance since suffering a hamstring injury in Week 4. He wasted no time and immediately made an impact for this offense in Week 8. Parker hauled in eight of his 11 targets for 85 yards in the loss to the Buffalo Bills. This was an encouraging outing from Parker considering it was his first game back in action. He saw a season-high 11 targets and should remain an important part of this offense. Parker should be a high-end WR3 for a favorable matchup against the Houston Texans next week.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) is officially active, as expected, in Week 8 against the Buffalo Bills. Parker will be returning after a three-game absence to face a tough Bills defense on the road, and there's a chance that he might have his snaps limited after the extended layoff. While Parker should be a top-two receiver for Miami alongside impressive rookie Jaylen Waddle, it doesn't mean that he should automatically be returned to starting fantasy lineups in this difficult matchup. Waddle will likely continue to be quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's No. 1 target. Parker should be considered a WR4/flex in his first game back.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) is expected to play on Sunday versus the Bills. The 28-year-old last played in Week 4 against the Indianapolis Colts because of hamstring and shoulder issues, missing his previous three games as a result. Nonetheless, while it will be nice for fantasy managers to see him out there in Week 8, especially with the team down Preston Williams (undisclosed) and Will Fuller V (finger), he has an uphill climb toward productivity in what should be a challenging matchup in Buffalo. Still, Parker's upside is always there and is worth a start in deeper formats. He also has appeal as a value option in DFS setups.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) is questionable to face the Buffalo Bills this Sunday in Week 8. Parker has missed the last three games, but he was feeling much better in practice this week and is expected to make his return in a very difficult matchup on the road against first-place Buffalo. The 28-year-old has been one of the top receiving targets for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa this year, but there's a chance Parker won't see his usual number of snaps in his return. If fantasy managers have better options for their flex position, it wouldn't hurt to wait a week on Parker. Rookie Jaylen Waddle has been the team's No. 1 receiver all season long.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) is on track to play in Week 8 against the Buffalo Bills after missing the last three games. Parker has been limited in two practices this week and said himself that he's feeling much better. Even if he draws a questionable tag on Friday's final injury report, fantasy managers should consider him to be on the right side of questionable. With that said, the 28-year-old could have his snaps limited after returning for the first time in a while, and rookie receiver Jaylen Waddle, who leads Miami in receiving through seven weeks, should still be considered the safest fantasy play, albeit against a strong Bills defense on the road. Parker has also been mentioned in trade rumors as the NFL's trade deadline approaches next Tuesday.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder), who put in his second straight limited practice on Thursday, said he feels "good" but stopped short of saying he will definitely play in Week 8 against the Buffalo Bills. Parker has missed the last three games and said, "We have to wait and see what happens." Miami has a tough matchup against Buffalo, and Parker could see his snaps limited if he returns after a long layoff, which will make him a shaky flex option in deeper leagues. Rookie Jaylen Waddle leads the team in receiving with 44 catches on 58 targets for 384 yards and three touchdowns and he will remain Miami's best fantasy wideout, regardless of whether Parker returns. Mack Hollins and Preston Williams combined for seven targets last week with Parker sidelined.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder), who has missed the last three games due to injury, was limited in practice on Wednesday. The Dolphins are hoping that Parker can make a return in a Week 8 matchup against the division-rival Buffalo Bills, but it will depend on how much work he can put in the rest of the week. And if Parker returns this weekend against a tough Bills defense, fantasy managers will also be wondering if he'll play his usual allotment of snaps after a three-game absence. As of right now, Parker should be considered a shaky WR4/flex. Rookie Jaylen Waddle remains the safest fantasy receiver among Dolphins receivers, while Mack Hollins and Preston Williams have seen more playing time in recent weeks with Parker sidelined.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Atlanta Falcons. He last played in Week 4 against the Colts. With Parker out, look for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to focus on wide receiver Jaylen Waddle and tight end Mike Gesicki against a weak Falcons secondary. Gesicki had 115 yards last week against Jaguars and should be a strong DFS play on this slate.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder, hamstring), listed as questionable, is looking iffy for Sunday's game against the Falcons. Parker seemed to take a step in the right direction, as he was a limited participant at practice after not taking the field for any sessions the previous week. Fellow wideout Preston Williams (groin) is also questionable for the contest. If Parker misses another game, look for rookie Jaylen Waddle, coming off of a 10-catch, 70-yard, two-touchdown game, to command a large number of targets once again in an excellent matchup against Atlanta. Mike Gesicki should also continue to see his fair share of work in the passing game. Both are strong plays Sunday.
Miami Dolphins wide receivers DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) and Preston Williams (groin) are both listed as questionable for Week 7 against the Atlanta Falcons. Both Parker and Williams were limited in practice all week, so they both have a decent chance of suiting up on Sunday after missing the Week 6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. The 28-year-old Parker has missed the last two weeks, but he should return to being a top two receiver alongside rookie Jaylen Waddle if he's active against Atlanta. He has 17 catches on 32 targets for 242 yards and a touchdown in four games in 2021. Waddle led the team with 10 catches (13 targets) for 70 yards and two touchdowns last week with Parker and Williams sidelined, while Mack Hollins caught four of his five targets for 61 yards.
Miami Dolphins wide receivers DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) and Preston Williams (groin) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Running back Malcolm Brown (ribs) and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (ribs) were also both limited. Parker and Williams missed the Week 6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Parker has missed the last two games. Mack Hollins played a team-high 97.1% of the offensive snaps next to rookie Jaylen Waddle and caught a season-high four passes on five targets for 61 yards. He came into the game with just one catch for 10 yards. Parker and Williams are on the right track for a return this weekend in a good matchup with the Atlanta Falcons if they are able to do more in practice in the coming days.
Miami Dolphins wide receivers DeVante Parker (shoulder, hamstring) and Preston Williams (groin) are inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Parker will miss his second straight contest- as he continues to manage a shoulder issue that has bothered him since the start of the year, as well as a relatively new hamstring ailment. Williams' absence leaves the team especially thin at receiver, as they'll have to go with some combination of Albert Wilson, Mack Hollins, and Isaiah Ford at wideout. Waddle, Myles Gaskin, and Mike Gesicki could all be in line for increased target shares, making them solid plays Sunday morning.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) and cornerback Xavien Howard (groin, shoulder) have both been ruled out for Week 6 against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Parker and Howard made the trip to London with the team, but they will not be active. Preston Williams (groin), who is questionable for Sunday, should once again see a much bigger role in the passing attack next to rookie Jaylen Waddle if he plays, and he could have even more upside with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (ribs) making his return from Injured Reserve. Howard's absence will be good news for Jacksonville rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence and receivers Laviska Shenault Jr. and Marvin Jones Jr.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) and cornerback Xavien Howard (groin, shoulder) both missed practice on Thursday, but they will travel with the team to London. It's a good sign for their statuses on Sunday with them joining the team on the flight. Howard is one of the top corners in the game and Parker's return would be big for a struggling Dolphins offense. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett (hamstring) was also limited on Thursday, but Tua Tagovailoa (ribs) has returned to practice this week and has a chance to suit up on Sunday. If Tagovailoa returns under center, Parker's value for the rest of the season will go up. If Parker sits out on Sunday, rookie Jaylen Waddle and tight end Mike Gesicki would be the top options in the passing game.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring, shoulder) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Parker was unable to play in the Week 5 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and looks headed for another absence this Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. He'll need to at least practice on a limited basis on Friday to have a chance at returning to the field. With Parker inactive last week, Preston Williams stepped up and led the team with three catches for 60 yards on five targets. Mack Hollins and Isaiah Ford combined for two catches and 13 yards on three targets. Rookie Jaylen Waddle should remain heavily involved if Parker misses another game and will be a strong fantasy play in a nice matchup against Jacksonville.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker missed practice on Wednesday with both shoulder and hamstring injuries. The veteran also missed last Sunday's game, so he's not trending in the right direction for Sunday's contest with the Jaguars. With Will Fuller also out with a broken finger, Parker's absence could open up more targets for Jaylen Waddle and Preston Williams, who emerged on Sunday against the Bucs. Waddle would become a low-end WR2 in PPR and Half-PPR formats while Williams could be a risky FLEX option. However, Parker being out would also help Myles Gaskin, who caught 10 passes against the Bucs and would figure to be heavily involved in the passing game again, putting him firmly in the RB2 range.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder) will not practice on Wednesday after he missed the Week 5 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Parker is not off to a great start this week if he wants to return this Sunday to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. We should have a better idea about the 28-year-old's status for Week 6 when the team departs for London. With Parker out last weekend and Will Fuller (finger) on Injured Reserve, rookie Jaylen Waddle, Preston Williams and Mack Hollins worked in three-receiver sets, with Isaiah Ford playing only 5.6 percent of the snaps. Williams, who had three catches on five targets for 60 yards, would be in line for much more work if Parker misses his second straight game.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring) won't play on Sunday against the Buccaneers. Parker has been dealing with a nagging hamstring issue and had originally planned to test things out before kickoff. However, the team will now be without another wideout, as Will Fuller V (finger) won't see the field either after recently landing on the injured reserve list. As a result, Jaylen Waddle will see an automatic boost in fantasy interest. Tight end Mike Gesicki could also be in line to see more targets as well in Week 5.
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