The Miami Dolphins have a lot of work to do to create cap space this offseason. The roster is overpaid and underachieved last year, producing just six wins and leading to a change at head coach and general manager.
However, there are several Dolphins who are major bargains this upcoming season. Let's continue our series this week with a former 2015 first-round pick.
No. 2: WR DeVante Parker
2015 stats: 26 receptions, 494 yards, three touchdowns
2016 salary: $929,388
Analysis: Miami can thank the rookie wage scale for this bargain. The team selected Parker No. 14 overall last year, and despite a slow start because of a lingering foot injury, Parker was the Dolphins' best big-play threat in the final month of the season. When healthy, Parker is a dynamic talent. He led Miami with 19.0 yards per reception and won several jump balls over defenders. Parker looks like a future building block for Miami's offense, and getting him for under $1 million next season should be a steal.