Like the Bengals, the Dolphins are 0-5. They’re in “Tank for Tua” mode as well and have a few assets that could be dealt. Their No. 1 receiver, DeVante Parker, could draw some interest on the trade market.
Parker, who was prized as the future of the Dolphins’ corp, is now 26. The team lost Jarvis Landry last year and seems primed to fully hit the reset button. That being said, there’s no reason to believe the Dolphins would want too much for Parker.
It’s difficult to gauge Parker’s stats as a factor of his success given he’s yet to play with a quality quarterback. With Brees, things could be far different than they were with Ryan Fitzpatrick or Josh Rosen.
So far this season, Parker has two performances with 70-plus yards and has led the team in receiving a handful of times. The former first-round pick is a 6-foot-3 matchup nightmare and gives New Orleans another end zone threat to operate with as well.
If a third-round pick is enough for Parker, do you pull the plus on a player that was valued in the first round just half a decade ago?