The NFL's exclusive fifth-year option party rolls on.
The Dolphins on Tuesday became the latest team to join the fray, exercising DeVante Parker's fifth-year team option. Worth roughly $9.5 million, the move keeps Miami's 25-year-old wideout under contract through 2019.
The Dolphins obviously see promise in Parker -- the 14th overall pick from 2015 -- despite the receiver failing to top 750 yards in any of his three pro seasons. If Parker fails to break out in 2018, Miami could bypass his fifth-year option, which is guaranteed for injury alone.