Veteran Miami Dolphins reporter Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have talked about a DeVante Parker trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Salguero reports that the Eagles are one of "multiple" teams that have spoken to the Dolphins about the former first-round pick out of Louisville.

Miami has been asking for a third-round pick to move Parker, who has slipped down the Dolphins depth chart behind Albert Wilson, Kenny Stills, and Danny Amendola.

Before the season, the Dolphins exercised their fifth-year team option for 2019 and will be due $9.4 million in 2019.

Parker, who is inactive for today's game for the Dolphins against the Lions, has just two catches for 40 yards this season.  His best season came two years ago when he had 57 catches for 744 yards and four scores for Miami.

Parker, the No. 14 overall pick in the 2015 draft, has been bothered by multiple injuries this season. He missed time early in the season with a broken, and has been nursing a quad injury that has limited him the last few weeks.

He did practice this week and appears to be a healthy scratch for today's game.