DeVante Parker has only missed three games in his time as a Dolphin, but people still refer to the wide receiver as injury plagued. Well the third year player has made some changes so that he can stay healthy for the entire season and avoid injury. Parker has some high goals also, as he expects to have a big season for the team.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Parker changes workout routine to prevent hamstring injuries | Miami Herald
Dolphins receiver DeVante Parker has yet to live up to his potential. It’s not talent that’s held him back, but health. He’s made changes heading into Year 3 to fix that issue.
Miami Dolphins to give suspended safety T.J. McDonald full reps
The Dolphins explain their plan for new safety T.J. McDonald and his 8-game suspension
Dolphins safety T.J. McDonald sees 'a lot hits' between him and Reshad Jones - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins safety T.J. McDonald must serve an eight-game suspension in 2017, but when he returns he thinks he'll team with safety Reshad Jones to comprise a strong duo.
Dolphins expect to sell all season tickets by August | Miami Herald
After putting a roof on top of Hard Rock Stadium last year, renovating the suite level has been like painting the bedroom, team CEO Tom Garfinkel said.
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