1. Miami trades DeVante Parker to the Philadelphia Eagles for Miles Sanders
This is my decision regarding DeVante Parker, and honestly, it should be Miami’s too. Parker is talented; there is no debating that, but Miami can’t trust him.
All offseason, I pushed for Miami to trade Parker because his contract is way too big for the caliber of player he is. And yes, you may argue that his ability is worth the money, but his availability is not. Parker cannot be trusted or counted on moving forward, and for that reason, Miami needs to trade him.
His contract this year is still ugly for a guy that is coming off of a 515 yard, two-touchdown season. That is why Miami should trade him to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles are dying for a veteran presence at wide receiver, and I was told that general manager Howie Roseman loves Parker.
The Eagles would trade running back Miles Sanders to the Dolphins. Miami needs a running back, and Sanders could step in as the RB1 right away. Swapping Parker for Sanders is a no-brainer to me, as Miami would also save cap space in the process while adding a veteran starting running back.
Time will tell what Miami does with Parker, but he needs to be traded if they do not restructure his contract.