As I haven’t put forward a new chapter in almost four years, it’s fair to wonder if, in the height of irony, the only thing in purgatory all this time was this series? Indeed, lying dormant since an exposé on newly signed Minnesota receiver Greg Jennings (talk about a trip down memory lane!), the cobwebs here are big enough to trap a hobbit on his way to Mordor to destroy a ring. To that I say, out with the old (literally – four of my previous six pieces featured guys who are now out of the league, including Jennings, Maurice Jones-Drew, Wes Welker and Santonio Holmes) and in with the new!
While I’ll still feature aging players who were either coming off a down year, or facing a career crossroads of sorts, I also want to include a fresh focus on dynasty’s shiny toys. And who better to start with than the rare dynasty unicorn, a young former first round pick who improved his numbers from year one to year two and actually lost value. I’m talking about Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker.
Shall we begin?
Team: Miami Dolphins
Years in the League: Two
Statistics to Date
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