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3 Free Agent WRs the Dolphins Should Sign to Complement DeVante Parker

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The Miami Dolphins should consider these free agents to help out DeVante Parker in 2021.
The Miami Dolphins should consider these free agents to help out DeVante Parker in 2021. / Mark Brown/Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins are fresh off of a 10-6 season, just falling short of the playoffs. Miami will certainly look to bounce back in 2021 with Tua Tagovailoa now as the team's full-time starter, and making savvy moves in free agency will be one way to make sure they clinch a playoff berth next season.

DeVante Parker will be huge part of the Dolphins' offense again in 2021, but they could use another threat opposite of him to prevent opponents from keying in on the former No. 14 pick. With that in mind, here are three free agent wide receivers the Dolphins should target in 2021 NFL free agency,

Dolphins Free Agent Targets 2021

1. Allen Robinson

Chicago Bears wideout Allen Robinson is the crown jewel of this year's free-agent WR class, and it'd be a homerun signing if Miami can land him. He went off in 2020 for 102 receptions (sixth-most in the league), 1,250 yards (ninth-most in the league) and 6 TDs while catching passes from Nick Foles and Mitch Trubisky. Robinson has already stated his desire to play for a contender, and joining the Dolphins would solidify their contender status going into 2021. He and Parker would both give Tagovailoa go-to targets and hopefully unlock the QB's full potential.

2. Corey Davis

Corey Davis finally showed why he was the No. 5 overall pick in 2017 with a breakout 2020 campaign. The Tennessee Titans free agent posted career highs across the board in receptions (65), yards (984) and TDs (5). His impressive 15.1 yards per reception showcases his ability as a downfield threat who can make defenses pay. Putting Davis opposite of Parker would make defenses have to focus on the dangerous wideout and open up the middle of the field for his teammate. A Parker-Davis duo would be an exciting combination that'd make the Dolphins' offense more dynamic as they hope to take the next step.

3. Will Fuller

Will Fuller finally harnessed his potential in 2020, turning in a career year. He hauled in 53 catches for 879 yards and 8 TDs as Deshaun Watson's favorite target, until a suspension cut his season short. Still, it was an impressive showing from Fuller in just 11 games and foreshadows the kind of damage he can do with a prominent role. His 16.6 YPR is something opponents can't ignore, and he'd undoubtedly draw attention away from Parker when he takes off downfield. He'd be a great fit for a Miami offense that could use a legit deep threat.

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