Parker secured eight of 11 targets for 137 yards in the Dolphins' 27-24 win over the Patriots on Sunday.
Parker finished his career-best season in fitting fashion, leading the team in receptions, receiving yardage and targets while posting his second straight 100-yard effort in the process. Parker came alive over the last seven games of the campaign, a possible career-changing stretch for the previously disappointing 2015 first-round pick. Sunday's tally, which included key catches on the Dolphins' game-winning drive in the fourth quarter, pushed Parker's final 2019 line to 72-1,202-9, with all three components career bests.
Parker secured five of 15 targets for 111 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 38-35 overtime win against the Bengals on Sunday.
Parker paced the Dolphins in receiving yardage and targets on the afternoon, with the 100-yard performance vaulting him over the 1,000-yard mark for the season for the first time in his career. It was also Parker's third time eclipsing the century mark in the last six contests, while his seven-yard scoring grab in the first quarter was his fifth over the last four games alone. Parker's breakout campaign is emblematic of the unusual transition season it's been for Miami, but his fantasy managers certainly aren't complaining. Parker will look to meet the formidable challenge of producing against the Patriots defense in a Week 17 road divisional battle.
Parker (hip) doesn't carry a designation for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Parker has tended to a concussion and hip injury during the final month of the season, but the latter won't impact his ability to serve as the Dolphins' No. 1 pass catcher this weekend. Just 46 yards shy of the first 1,000-yard season of his five-year career, he's a decent bet to get there Sunday versus a Cincinnati defense that has conceded 9.1 yards per target to wide receivers this season.
Parker (hip) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Parker was limited due to a hip injury to begin the week, but he's already managed to shed all restrictions. Barring any setbacks, the emerging wideout can be considered on track for his usual No. 1 role in Miami's receiving corps against the Bengals on Sunday.
Parker was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a hip injury, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Parker reportedly intends to suit up for Miami's final two contests of the season despite his injury, which he may have picked up in the Week 15 loss to the Giants. The newly extended wideout will have two more chances to upgrade his level of his practice activity ahead of a favorable matchup Sunday with the Bengals. Discounting Week 14 when he exited early due to a concussion, Parker is averaging six catches for 114.25 yards and one touchdown across his last four full games.
Parker caught four of seven targets for 72 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 36-20 loss to the Giants.
Parker scored from 20 yards out in the second quarter and added a 29-yard touchdown in garbage time. He exited last week's game early due to a concussion, but Parker now has 24 catches for 457 yards and four touchdowns in his last four full games. The 2015 first-rounder has eight receiving touchdowns this season, one shy of his total from his first four seasons combined. Parker will be an appealing Week 16 option in a battle of rebuilding teams against Cincinnati.
Parker is no longer in the NFL's concussion protocol and has been removed from the Dolphins' injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Giants, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
After he suffered a concussion in the Week 14 loss to the Jets, Parker's status looked uncertain heading into the current week, but he progressed quickly through the NFL's five-step protocol. After closing the practice week by taking full contact Friday, Parker apparently received clearance from an independent neurologist Saturday, allowing him to exit the protocol. Before being forced out early in Week 14, Parker had recorded at least 50 receiving yards in seven straight games, a string of performances that netted the wideout a four-year contract extension Friday.
Parker (concussion) signed a four-year contract extension with the Dolphins on Friday.
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Parker's extension is worth over $40 million, with a good portion of the deal begin guaranteed. The wideout has earned the new contract on the back of what's been a breakout fifth season of sorts, with Parker having already set career-best marks in receiving yards (882) and touchdowns (eight) through 13 contests. Parker's status for Sunday's tilt against the Giants isn't quite clear, as he's being listed as questionable while he works his way through the league's five-step protocol for concussions. At the latest, a final decision on Parker's availability for Week 15 will be made when the Dolphins' inactive list is released 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
Parker (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Giants, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
According to Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com, Parker put in a full practice Friday, an encouraging sign after he was limited in the first two sessions of Week 15. The wideout will still need to meet with an independent neurologist before his availability for Sunday's game is determined, but Parker looks to be trending in the right direction at this point. It's possible that further news on Parker's progression through the concussion protocol could come Saturday, but if not, fantasy managers will gain clarity on his status when the Dolphins release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
Parker (concussion) practiced Friday without a non-contact jersey, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Parker hasn't cleared the league's concussion protocol just yet, but ditching the non-contact jersey is a step in the right direction. His status for the Week 15 game against the Giants will be announced after Friday's practice comes to a close, but unless he's fully cleared of the protocol, a final call on his availability may not be made until game day.
Parker (concussion) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Parker has managed two consecutive limited practices to begin the week, indicating that he's making good progress though the early stages of the league's five step concussion protocol. That said, coach Brian Flores said Thursday that Parker will remain in the concussion protocol at least "through the end of the week," according to Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, so he can't be considered a lock to gain clearance in time for Sunday's tilt against the Giants. If Parker, who averaged 128.3 receiving yards per game in the three contests prior to suffering his concussion, does manage to suit up Week 15, he'll be a high-upside fantasy option.
Coach Brian Flores said Thursday that Parker will remain in the league's five-step concussion protocol "at least through the end of the week," Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Parker managed to participate in non-contact drills during Wednesday's practice, but he's still facing an uphill battle to fully clear the league's protocol for head injuries in time to suit up Sunday against the Giants. For any chance of being available Week 15, the No. 1 wideout will need to continue making progress in practice and meet with an independent neurologist by the end of the week. With Albert Wilson (concussion) and Allen Hurns (ankle/knee) also battling injuries, it's possible that expanded roles on offense will be handed to the likes of Isaiah Ford, Mack Hollins and Trevor Davis.
Parker (concussion) is taking part in non-contact drills during Wednesday's practice, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports.
Parker suffered the head injury in the loss to the Jets over the weekend and will need to advance through the league's five-step concussion protocol before returning to game action. It's at least encouraging that the receiver is already taking some form of activity, but his status for Sunday's tilt with the Giants will be up in the air until he's removed from the protocol. With Albert Wilson (concussion) also limited to non-contact work at this stage, Miami's only healthy wideouts to begin the week are Allen Hurns, Isaiah Ford, Mack Hollins and Trevor Davis.
Parker (concussion) is ruled out to return to Sunday's contest against the Jets, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Parker suffered a concussion in the second quarter while hauling in a contested pass. The emerging wideout then underwent evaluation in the locker room, and he'll now be subject to the league's five-step protocol for head injuries. With Albert Wilson also being evaluated for a concussion, the Dolphins' receiver corps may consist of Allen Hurns, Mack Hollins and Isaiah Ford for the remainder of Sunday's divisional tilt.
Parker is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Jets while being evaluated for a concussion, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports.
Parker exited Sunday's divisional tilt in the second quarter after making a contested catch. He caught both his targets for 28 yards before leaving the field. In the event Parker ultimately is diagnosed with a concussion, the Dolphins will be left with Albert Wilson, Allen Hurns, Mack Hollins and Isaiah Ford at wide receiver.
Parker corralled seven of 10 targets for 159 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 37-31 win against the Eagles.
Parker had a monumental impact on the outcome of Sunday's game, as his 43-yard touchdown catch from Ryan Fitzpatrick on a fourth-and-4 late in the first quarter completely shifted the tenor of the contest. He flashed later with a 17-yard TD reception to get Miami within one possession midway through the third quarter and came down with two catches for 42 yards on the Dolphins' go-ahead drive in the final five minutes of regulation. The 26-year-old wideout now has 10-plus targets in four straight games heading into a Week 14 matchup against a Jets defense that entered Sunday as the NFL's 19th-ranked pass defense.
Parker brought in six of 11 targets for 91 yards in the Dolphins' 41-24 loss to the Browns on Sunday.
Parker shared the team lead in receptions with Albert Wilson while pacing the Dolphins in receiving yardage. The 2015 first-round pick is quietly putting together a solid season, as he's become a favorite downfield target of Ryan Fitzpatrick's and now has 695 receiving yards through 11 games, the second-highest tally of his career. Parker has at least five receptions in five of the last six games, giving him a solid fantasy floor in all formats heading into a Week 13 battle versus the Eagles.
Parker caught seven of 10 targets for 135 yards during Sunday's 37-20 loss to the Bills.
It was a rough day for the Dolphins, but Parker managed to make some big plays deep with a catch-and-run of 50 yards late in the second quarter and then a 45-yard catch down the sideline on fourth down midway through the fourth quarter. The Dolphins are battling with a depleted roster in a season that seems intended to jump on a rebuild, but a player of Parker's talents who is being fed the way Parker has still holds value. He's averaging 8.8 targets per game over his last five contests, but he will take on a sixth-ranked Cleveland pass defense next week.
Parker converted five of his 10 targets into receptions for 69 yards in the team's Week 10 victory over the Colts.
Parker continued his emergence as the team's alpha receiver, with no other Dolphin topping six targets. In addition to the volume, Parker provided some threat down the field by hauling in two passes for 20 or more yards and surpassing 10 yards on four of his five receptions. Though he has yet to reach the century mark, Parker now has four consecutive games with more than 50 receiving yards. However, he'll be put to the test in the team's Week 11 matchup against the Bills, as he is likely to be shadowed by Tre'Davious White.
Parker hauled in four of six targets for 57 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-18 win over the Jets.
Parker's 17-yard touchdown in the second quarter was his fourth of the season, tying his career high set back in 2016. The 2015 first-rounder hasn't lived up to his lofty draft billing, but this subpar Miami team doesn't exactly have many alternatives to turn to on offense, so wide receivers Parker and Preston Williams -- who left in the fourth quarter due to a knee injury -- should continue to do most of the damage for the Dolphins. Up next for Parker is a Week 10 road clash with the Colts.
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