The Dolphins’ offense, badly in need of good news, received it early this morning.
Starting receiver DeVante Parker returned to practice following a hamstring injury. He had not practiced since Aug. 1, including running sprints on the sideline while the team scrimmaged Saturday.
Parker has shown flashes of why the Dolphins drafted him in the first round but his career has been in start-stop mode the entire time, usually related to foot and hamstring problems. He missed a chunk of off-season workouts with an undisclosed problem.