While the New England Patriots were sitting around twiddling their thumbs, the rival Miami Dolphins made one of the most seismic moves of the offseason when they
traded for former Chiefs superstar Tyreek Hill. The acquisition of Hill put receivers like DeVante Parker on edge.
Parker’s name has been mentioned in trade rumors fairly frequently lately, as the idea of being the third option
behind Hill and Jaylen Waddle likely didn’t appeal to him. Even with some iffy performances last year, teams like New England
While Bill Belichick may have liked Parker, he was not going to acquire him if it meant parting with any of New England’s premium picks
After some haggling between Belichick and Chris Grier, it looks like the two bitter division rivals have agreed on aswap that sends Parker to Foxborough.
The Patriots acquired Parker and a fifth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft in exchange for a third-round choice in 2023
After missing out on some of the biggest free agent names out there, New England finally made an impact addition when they traded for Parker.
When Brian Flores and former Pats assistant Chad O’Shea arrived in Miami in 2019, Parker exploded, leading the AFC in receiving yards with 1,202.
traded for DeVante Parker.
Parker, who has recorded 24 touchdowns in his seven-year career, is still on track to earn roughly $5.7 million in base salary in each of the next two seasons