Parker, who had foot surgery in the summer, practiced for the first time Monday since coming off the physically-unable-to-perform list. The rookie receiver did light running and worked on the side with a trainer in previous practices.
"When I run, my foot is feeling pretty good so I’m just glad about that," Parker said in the locker room before practice. "Having no pain in it is a good thing. It’s a start."
It is still unknown if Parker will be ready for Week 1 of the regular season. He has been impressive throughout the offseason and the Dolphins are eager to see if it translates on to the field. He stock has fell a bit but owners are still taking a chance in later rounds.