The Miami Dolphins activated the wide receiver Devante Parker on Monday, where it was physically impossible to run the list.
Dolphins also signed Sal Canella and Caliph Jackson after tight-end companions Mike Gesicki, Adam Shaheen and Kasan Carter were on the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Sunday. The latter three players were sent off after Dolphins co-attack coordinator and tight-end coach George Godsey tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday.
Wide receiver Preston Williams was put on the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Monday. He is also on the PUP list.
28-year-old Parker led a dolphin at the reception (63) and receiving yard (793) last season with four touchdowns. He has won 298 catches at 4,212 yards with 22 touchdowns since being named Miami in the 14th overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Canella played jointly in Auburn, and Jackson moved to Gramling after being in Florida.
25-year-old Geshitsuki led the team at six touchdown receptions last season. His reception (53) and receiving yard (703) chased only Parker as a team leader.
In 2020, 26-year-old Shaheen had 12 receptions and 3 touchdowns at 150 yards.
27-year-old Carter caught five times at 53 yards in 15 games against the Cincinnati Bengals last season.
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Dolphin activates WR Devante Parker and signs two tight ends
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