DAVIE (CBSMiami) — Although DeVante Parker’s status for Sunday in Philly is in question (foot), the rookie first-round wideout returned to practice today.READ MORE: Report: 25 AR-15 Rifles Missing From Miami Police Department's Inventory
“It’s very tough,” DeVante Parker said before practice. “You want to be out there with your brothers, just making plays and just make things happen. You want to go out and produce.”
Despite only catching four balls on the season in limited snaps, his confidence hasn’t wavered and still thinks he can make an impact this season.
“I have it in me,” he said. “It’s just a matter of time if I’m going to be able to be on the field like that.”READ MORE: Body of Miami Teen Who Went Missing After a Run Found near Marina
His coach believes in him and so does his quarterback.
“I have a lot of confidence in DeVante,” Ryan Tannehill said. “I know he’s struggled with injuries which is tough. You come in obviously a great college career and he wanted to step right in and he has the talent to — he’s just been hindered by that foot.”
With the Dolphins struggling to produce consistent offense, Parker may get his opportunity when his health returns to form.
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