DeVante Parker limited in practice with hamstring injury

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Wide receiver DeVante Parker was forced out of the Dolphins season opener by a hamstring injury and it looks like it may leave his status for Sunday’s game against the Bills up in the air for a little while.

Parker was limited in Wednesday’s practice. That suggests the door will remain open to him playing as long as there are no setbacks in the next couple of days.

Parker had four catches for 47 yards against the Patriots before leaving the game.

Linebacker Elandon Roberts is in the concussion protocol and was the only Dolphins player not to participate in practice. Wide receiver Jakeem Grant (calf), cornerback Xavien Howard (knee), cornerback Byron Jones (Achilles) and safety Clayton Fejedelem (pectoral) joined Parker as limited participants in the first practice of the week.

6 responses to “DeVante Parker limited in practice with hamstring injury

  1. I’m all in on this Miami Dolphins team being a better team. However they need to draft some wide receivers big time. One that can stay healthy and contribute every game. Parker is a good receiver when healthy. He’s often injured and unable to play!

  2. DeVante Parker has had more hamstring issues than Josh Gordon drug test failures. someone start a Kickstarter for a hamstring transplant already…

  3. touchback6 says:
    September 16, 2020 at 3:37 pm
    They got abused in Foxborough.

    They ran their mouths and got waxed.


    It was 14 11 halfway into the 4th. Have a great day.

  4. At some point the dolphins need to cut bait or at the very least bring some fa guys like Mohammad Sanu in. Parker is the only player they have spent real draft capital on to address a glaring need at that position and he can’t stay healthy.

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