The Miami Dolphins continue to install Adam Gase's offense without one of their most important receiving weapons.
Parker injured his hamstring during Monday drills. Gase said at the time that the team believed dehydration could have contributed to the tweak.
The second-year receiver sat out Wednesday as well. After dealing with foot troubles last year, which held him back early in the season, the Dolphins will be cautious with their 6-foot-3 playmaker.
Here are more injuries we've been tracking Thursday:
- Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery has a mild hamstring injury, according to the team, and did not practice. He left Wednesday's practice early because of muscle tightness. In addition, tight end Zach Miller and wide receiver Eddie Royal remain in concussion protocol. Offensive lineman Amini Silatolu (knee) was taken off the Bears' physically unable to perform list after passing his physical.
- New Orleans Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks and cornerback Keenan Lewis were not on the field for the start of practice. Cooks appeared to be in pain after teammate Delvin Breaux fell on him Wednesday. Coach Sean Payton said the team would take it easy with Lewis (MCL) after he came off the PUP list Wednesday.
- Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says tight end Brandon Cottom was carted off with an Achilles injury. Tight end Ronnie Shields also suffered an Achilles injury a few plays after Cottom. Tight end Luke Willson was limited today with an ankle injury. Zac Brooks has a hamstring issue and Tre Madden suffered a shoulder injury, making the running back depth chart really thin. Carroll says it's a concern right now. Carroll confirmed that wideout Doug Baldwin (calf) and safety Kam Chancellor are taking precautionary days off for being "dinged up."