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Dolphins Ink WR DeVante Parker to Four-Year Extension Worth $40 Million

Dolphins have signed wide receiver DeVante Parker to a four-year, $40 million extension according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

Parker just signed a two-year extension in March. His new deal will keep him under team control through 2023. Parker (55/882/6) is on pace for career-highs across the board as Miami’s No. 1 wideout since rookie Preston Williams went down.

The $10 million AAV puts him in the Tyler Lockett and Tyrell Williams tier of receivers. It’s a nice payday for a player that was perennially on the trade block under the Dolphins’ old regime.

Parker has never lacked for talent, but injuries and inconsistent play held him back his first four seasons. The Dolphins are obviously counting on the 2019 version of Parker going forward, though fully guaranteed salaries the next two years ($21.5M in total guarantees) makes this a risky investment for Miami.

It is also a leap of faith on the part of Parker as the Dolphins are in the middle of a massive rebuild that could take years to see success. It sounds like Parker believes in the coaching staff and wants to be part of the process longterm.

Video: Dolphins Travel to New Jersey to Take on the 2-11 Giants Sunday

Coming off a tough loss to the Jets, the Dolphins will play their second straight at MetLife Stadium Sunday in a week 15 battle with the Giants.

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Video: Dolphins Fall Short 22-21 to the Jets in Week 14 AFC East Battle

The Dolphins settled for one field goal too many, as they fell on the road to the Jets 22-21 on Sunday at Met Life Stadium.

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Video: Dolphins Travel to MetLife as They Look to Sweep the Jets

The Jets will look for some revenge on Sunday when they play host to the Dolphins, a team that took them down for their first win earlier this season.

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Dolphins Extend DB Eric Rowe Through 2022 with $18 Million Dollar Extension

The Dolphins have signed defensive back Eric Rowe to a three-year, $18 million extension through 2022 according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.

The deal includes $7 million in guaranteed money. Originally a second-round pick out of Utah by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015, Rowe spent the past three seasons as a member of the Patriots but followed his former defensive coordinator Brian Flores to Miami last spring.

He has played well since moving to safety and has been one of the few defensive bright spots for the Dolphins in an otherwise dismal season.

Rowe racked up five total tackles and a pass deflection in the Dolphins’ upset victory over the Eagles in Week 13.

Dolphins Improve to 3-9, Rally From Down 14 to Top Eagles 37-31

The Dolphins pulled off a gutsy 37-31 over the Eagles as Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 365 yards and three scores in the win to put the team at 3-9 on the year.

Here’s the highlights.

NFL Week 13 Inactives: Eagles vs Dolphins

Here are today’s inactives for the week 13 battle between the Eagles and Dolphins in Miami.

Eagles

DE Daeshon Hall
OG Nate Herbig
RB Jordan Howard
CB Sidney Jones
DE Shareef Miller
OG Matt Pryor
QB Nate Sudfeld

Dolphins

CB Ken Crawley
LB Trent Harris
S Steven Parker
OT Isaiah Prince
OG Chris Reed
OG Keaton Sutherland
DT Gerald Willis

Video: Dolphins Look to Get to 3-9 as They Host the Eagles on Sunday

The Dolphins coming off their loss in Cleveland Sunday will play host to Carson Wentz and the 5-6 Eagles in a NFC-AFC battle on Sunday.

Here’s a video Preview from the NFL.