When setting the initial range of outcomes for a player’s upcoming season and parsing offseason, camp, and preseason news, it is important to understand how much room a player has to change the perception of his coaches. The players with the most room to improve their standing are the ones have a new coaching staff to make an impression on. Which players have clean slates this year? Which ones might have been held back the most by their previous coaches? Which ones might have room to fall under new coaches?
DeVante Parker, WR, MIA - The previous staff went through periods of optimism and pessimism about Parker, with the Gase era most certainly ending on a sour note for Parker. The team surprisingly re-signed him, and at a salary that indicates some optimism about his ability to contribute after barely making an impact last year. The quarterback play and offensive coaching should also be improved, although the line play may be rough. Parker could be a best ball and spot start hit if he stays healthy.
Prognosis: Nowhere to go but up with a late round ADP
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