1. DeVante Parker, Dolphins
You will notice a trend here. As teams around the NFL struggle to win games, they typically enter what is widely known as a re-build. Part of re-building is acquiring as many draft picks as possible, creating a fire sale. Considering that the Miami Dolphins could realistically go 0-16 this year, they will inevitably be involved in said firesale at the trade deadline.
That’s where the Eagles will strike. And once again, Philly could call Miami to see what they want for the veteran wideout, DeVante Parker. Last season, it sounded like the Eagles were amongst one of a few teams that almost landed Parker — but Miami elected to keep him.
Instead, the Dolphins ended up dealing away Kenny Stills in 2019 and kept Parker around. Now that Miami has established how bad they truly are, Parker could be out of the picture soon as well. With one more year left on his deal, it seems unlikely that Parker remains in that situation. If Parker is available for a mid-round pick, don’t be surprised if the Eagles consider it.