Report: Patriots sign DeVante Parker to new 3-year, $33M deal
The agreement is worth up to $33 million, Rapoport adds. It also reportedly includes $14 million in guarantees, as well as per-game roster bonuses.
Parker had one year remaining with a $6.2-million cap hit on his previous deal, according to Over The Cap.
The Patriots acquired the 30-year-old Parker in a trade with Miami last April. New England sent a 2023 third-round pick to the Dolphins in exchange for the wideout and a 2022 fifth-rounder.
Parker hauled in 31 catches for 539 yards and three touchdowns across 13 games last season. He missed four contests due to a knee injury and a concussion.
The Patriots signed wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to a three-year deal in free agency to help soften the loss of Jakobi Meyers, who departed for Las Vegas. They also drafted former LSU wide receiver Kayshon Boutte in the sixth round.
Parker has 5,266 receiving yards and 27 touchdowns in 106 career games.
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