DeVante Parker Signs Two-Year Contract To Remain With Dolphins

Paola Ditto
Marzo 15, 2019

Wide receiver DeVante Parker signed a new, two-year contract on Tuesday that will keep him in Miami through the 2020 National Football League season.

The deal is reportedly for two years and could pay the former first-round pick up to $13 million with incentives.

The Miami Dolphins are keeping wide receiver DeVante Parker.

Parker was heading into the final year of his rookie deal and was considered likely to reach to free agent market, but Miami is giving him a chance with their new regime. Former head coach Adam Gase had kept Parker on the bench a few times past year, despite Parker believing that he was healthy enough to play. Parker's agent, Jimmy Gould, made headlines around midseason by calling Gase "incompetent" in statements to the media.

Parker, 26, was selected by the Dolphins with the No. 14 overall pick of the 2015 draft. Prior to the incident, Parker had still yet to live up to his first-round potential, only recording 1,900 yards and eight touchdowns through 24 games over the course of three seasons.

Miami also declined to overpay to keep last year's leading rusher and receiver.

The Dolphins did add tight end Dwayne Allen, who agreed to a $7 million, two-year contract.

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