DeVante Parker suited up for the first time in the preseason for the Miami Dolphins, catching an 11-yard slant last night.

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What’s the future hold for the Dolphins’ receiving corps this season?

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“The way [Parker] looked in OTAs — again, without pads — yeah, he looks like he’s got the potential to be a number one receiver fairly quickly on this team,” the Sun Sentinel’s Chris Perkins said on the Big O Show. “You combine him with Jarvis Landry and … as far as that receiving core, it’s really bright. Without him, again, I think they’re fairly average. Jarvis is still a really, really good second year receiver but you add DeVante and they have the potential to be special, to be electric at that position.”

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