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The Splash Zone 6/5/18: DeVante Parker Doesn’t Care About Opinions

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Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver, Chris Chambers ranked the Dolphins current wide receiver. His top two were Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson, in that order, while DeVante Parker was ranked third. Parker went to Twitter stating that he did not care about Chambers opinion. Chambers has reached out to Parker for training and even called out Parker for not being dedicated enough. Parker has the talent and hasn’t flashed it yet. If it doesn’t show up this season, this may be his last in Miami.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.

DeVante Parker doesn’t care about Chris Chambers’ opinion – ProFootballTalk
DeVante Parker doesn't care about Chris Chambers' opinion and apparently doesn't believe anyone else does either. After the former Dolphins receiver ranked Parker third among the team's current receivers behind Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson, Parker responded on Twitter.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Adam Gase: Ryan Tannehill thought ‘Don’t waste the draft pick’ on QB (via MMQB) | The Daily Dolphin
Ryan Tannehill knew every time the Dolphins were visiting with a quarterback draft prospect, in Davie or in their town, because coach Adam Gase kept him aware of every visit. According to Albert Breer of MMQB, Tannehill had a clear perspective on the possibility.

Dolphins Secondary

How new defensive backs coaches plan to fix Miami Dolphins woes | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Only four NFL teams were worse against opposing passers than the Miami Dolphins last season. Too often, defensive backs were left speaking about their failures to execute, and more disturbingly, their failures to communicate.

Dolphins Offseason

Dolphins Reset, Patriots Regroup, NFL Recharges in June |
June means stock-taking in pro football, so in our newest incarnation of the Monday column, Albert Breer tackles the top issues—especially what’s cooking in Miami and New England, and which defensive stars face a contract showdown—as minicamps kick off this week

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

Marino Monday: Dan Marino’s first career start vs the Buffalo Bills in 1983 - The Phinsider
Marino makes the most of his first career NFL start, in this overtime thriller vs the Buffalo Bills

5 Players to watch at Miami Dolphins mandatory mini-camp this week | The Daily Dolphin
The Miami Dolphins have had outstanding participation at voluntary organized team activities this spring, unlike a certain team up north. But hey, the Dolphins have plenty of ground to make up.