Micah Parsons REBUKES brother’s critical comments about Dak Prescott and the Cowboys, affirms commitment to the organization

Micah Parsons’ older brother recently blasted the organization following the Cowboys’ wildcard loss.

The Dallas Cowboys‘ season came to an early end following their brutal loss against the Green Bay Packers in their wildcard game. Following the loss, many Cowboys fans, including Micah Parsons‘ brother Terrence Parsons Jr. called out the organization and quarterback Dak Prescott.

Terrence Parsons Jr’s comments about Prescott and the Dallas-based organization went viral and received massive backlash. And now, following the backlash, the Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons has broken his silence and distanced himself from the comments made by his older brother.


Any comments made by Terrence Parsons Jr are his & his alone. As you know if I have something to say I’m not afraid to say it.

Micah Parsons wrote on X

Furthermore, the 2-time All-Pro linebacker ensured his commitment to his team and vowed to bring in a championship to Dallas and end their Super Bowl drought.

I love my team, my brothers on my team and the city of Dallas and I’m more committed than ever to bring a championship to the greatest fan base on earth.

Micah Parsons wrote

Just a few days ago, Terrence posted multiple hate messages against the Cowboys’ organization while also telling Dak Prescott to take a pay cut or pack his bags to find another team.

Micah’s older brother said that the ‘greatest crimes’ against the linebacker are done by his own organization and that the Cowboys fans are going to miss him once he is gone. His comments obviously started some rumors about Parsons leaving Dallas in the off-season. But, now, the 3-time Pro Bowl LB has distanced himself from those hateful comments and put an end to all the speculations.

Micah Parsons failed to make it to the All-Pro squad for first time in his career

For the first time in his short 3-year NFL career so far, the Cowboys’ star linebacker Micah Parsons failed to make it to the first-team All-Pro squad.

Micah Parsons

Micah Parsons (via Imago)
However, Parsons certainly showed a lot of improvement from his last 2 years. Parsons, now an established pass rusher in the league, saw a lot of double-teams and even triple-teams during his 2023 campaign.

Still, he managed to accumulate 14 sacks (career-high) in the regular season and helped the Cowboys’ defense to be one of the most dominant units in the entire league.

However, it didn’t really matter in the end since the Cowboys once again got bounced off from the playoffs in the first round. Now, they will be looking to strengthen their roster in the off-season to give themselves a better shot in 2024.

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