Report: DeVante Parker’s status disclosed for game vs. New England Patriots

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The Miami Dolphins are on the verge of playing a must-win game versus one of their most hated foes.

To stay in the playoff hunt in the AFC, the Dolphins must get a win versus the New England Patriots. Luckily, it looks like the Dolphins will have star receiver DeVante Parker in the game.

Miami Dolphins leading wide receiver DeVante Parker is expected to play Sunday vs. the New England Patriots despite a minor hamstring strain, a league source told ESPN,” Cameron Wolfe wrote.

“Parker suffered the hamstring injury in the second quarter of last Sunday’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and didn’t return, but he has practiced throughout this week and has looked good in preparation for the game. He was listed as questionable on the injury report, but barring any pregame surprises the Dolphins should have their top weapon back.”

This is huge new for the Dolphins and for rookie passer Tua Tagovailoa.

So far this season, Parker has caught 56 balls for 677 yards and four touchdowns. It’s a step back from his performance last season. However, he has still proven to be a major target for Miami’s young quarterback.

With several other Dolphins stars dealing with injuries, it likely won’t be long before news starts trickling in about them as well.

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