The Miami Dolphins finished their receiving corps overhaul with the decision to draft DeVante Parker in the first round.
They will have to wait for him to get accustomed to the Dolphins offense though, as he will undergo foot surgery.
Parker had suffered a similar injury in his senior season at Louisville and went through surgery.
Fortunately, the Dolphins expect Parker to be ready for the season opener against the Washington Redskins. He will be placed on the PUP list for the time being though, but the Dolphins assured that this is a precautionary decision.
Parker showed great potential as an NFL receiver at Louisville, as he caught 12 touchdowns with 885 receiving yards in his junior season.
He reached 855 yards and eight touchdowns in six games in 2014 after returning from foot surgery.
The Dolphins have also made other key additions to their passing game, including former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings.
They also added tight end Jordan Cameron to their receiving corps while releasing wide receivers Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson.
Jarvis Landry will look to take the next step forward after producing a promising rookie season, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill will seek to reward his team’s faith after signing a $96 million contract extension.