Eagles Sign Recipient Out of Retirement to Take Place of Recently Retired Receiver

When nine-year veteran DeVante Parker made the decision to hang up his cleats, the Philadelphia Eagles suffered a major blow to their roster  

Parker played for the Miami Dolphins for his first seven seasons before agreeing to a contract with the New England Patriots, their AFC East rivals.  

Parker signed a one-year contract with the Eagles on March 14 after playing for the Patriots in 2022 and 2023.   

Parker announced his retirement on May 20, therefore that arrangement would not last long.  

Parker has 56 touchdowns and 5,266 receiving yards over nine seasons. With 1,202 yards and nine touchdowns in 2019, he had his best season to date.  

Parker would have most likely been positioned behind DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown at wide receiver. But Parris Campbell will now probably take that job.  

Wide receiver DeVante Parker of the Philadelphia Eagles, formerly of the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots,   

abruptly announced his retirement from the National Football League. On Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN broke the story.  

Parker revealed to Schefter why he decided to retire at this stage in the offseason. 

"I want to see my kids, spend quality time with them," Parker said. "I want to be there for them whenever I can." 

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