REPORT: Dallas Cowboys DE Micah Parsons Sends Risky Message To NFL; Could Face Massive Punishment

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Micah Parsons sent a risky message to the NFL on his Instagram following the team’s loss to the Miami Dolphins on Christmas Eve. Parsons felt he was held by the Dolphins offensive line several times during the game without a penalty being called.

Cowboys fans were upset with the way the game was called Sunday. One replay showed a Dolphins offensive lineman tackling a Cowboys defender during a run play. No flag was thrown for holding on the play.

A Dallas Cowboys DE calls out the NFL


Parsons posted a comment on Sunday night’s Instagram story on the officiating—or lack thereof. As Parsons put it:

“Set me free, dog! I apologize for everything I did to the officials.

The offensive linemen for the Dolphins are clearly holding Parsons in the background photo.

According to what JPA Football posted on X, Parsons could have to pay a fee for his social media complaints.


Quarterback Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs received harsh penalties for their rants at referees both during and after their team’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

Probably not much of an impression was made by what Parsons shared on Instagram on Sunday night. On Saturday, Parsons could have to come up with a sizable sum of money.


“No Shots Or Development Throws! Should Tell You All You Need To Know” – Micah Parsons Believes Doubters’ Suspicions Over Brock Purdy Are Confirmed After His 4 INT Disaster

On this beautiful Christmas morning, Dallas Cowboys pass rusher Micah Parsons is making a lot of jokes, especially directed at the opposition quarterbacks, Brock Purdy and Tua Tagovailoa.

Parsons asserted during a live webcast on Monday morning that nearly anybody could be successful when playing with players such as Tyreek Hill and Deebo Samuel.

“I genuinely think I can play quarterback for Tyreek Hill.” I could give it to Tyreek Hill. I can give Deebo a screen pass.”

stated Parsons.

Despite the defeat, Parsons pinned much of the blame for the Dallas loss on the officials.

“It”s mind-blowing, the things that are getting called, the positions we get put in,”

Parsons said.

“We just gotta learn to fight the adversity and know a lot of it is BS. Per the Dallas Morning-News, Parsons hasn”t drawn a holding penalty for over 35 straight quarters.”

“My intention was to punish the quarterback,” the official stated.

stated Parsons.

“I have no idea how you make that decision.”

When the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 19-12 in the NFC Divisional Round of the previous season, the Cowboys witnessed firsthand what quarterback Brock Purdy could accomplish. Micah Parsons, the great edge rusher for Dallas, is obviously aware of the things that Purdy was good at.

On Monday, Parsons expressed to his followers on Twitch that he thought Purdy was one of the NFL’s most underappreciated signal callers.

“I just don’t think we should sleep on Brock Purdy no more,”

Parsons said.


Yes, he came in late in the season and won six straight games, took ‘em to the NFC Championship before his injury, but Purdy, you will not be slept on no more, brother.

“I think Purdy’s a top-15 quarterback,”

Parsons continued. Learning situational football.


Maybe Parsons was just trying to avoid being pounded on like Patrick Peterson, as the cornerback for the Steelers had promised to record an interception before Purdy and the 49ers receivers tormented him.

Recently, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons made waves in the NFL community for praising San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy.

Purdy attracted the attention of both critics and fans when she unexpectedly became a sensation in the previous season. Known for his intense rivalry, Parsons referred to Purdy as a “top-15 quarterback” on his podcast, The Edge with Micah Parsons.

However, Micah Parsons’ praise for Purdy did not go well with NFL journalist Skip Bayless, a fervent Cowboys supporter.

Bayless implied that a Cowboy should never give credit to the signal-caller of an adversary team, criticizing Parsons for transgressing a holy code of behavior. Undisputed’s opinionated host, Skip Bayless, didn’t hold back.

He retaliated by shooting,

“Micah Parsons has a nemesis every year called the San Francisco 49ers.”

He emphasized that Dak Prescott, the quarterback under intense scrutiny in the Lone Star State, is spearheading the charge and shaking the star of the Cowboys.

There is an unspoken, locker room taboo that states you cannot brag about the quarterback of your fiercest opponent. It’s not to my liking, if I were Dak Prescott.

Skip Bayless stated.


In summary, the fierce rivalry that defines the NFL is brought to light by Micah Parsons’ acclaim, even as Brock Purdy’s ascent to NFL stardom is evident.

But young Purdy’s spectacular ascent started when the 49ers selected him as Mr. Irrelevant with the final choice in the 2022 NFL Draft. Brock Purdy defied expectations by winning all five of the regular-season games he led, even though the odds were stacked against him.

Purdy had a very calm debut, amassing 185 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, and a noteworthy 2-yard running touchdown. By achieving this, Purdy made NFL history by being the first of just five rookie quarterbacks to lead in a conference title game.

To further cement his fame, Purdy accomplished the unthinkable on December 11th, leading the 49ers to a decisive 35–7 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were captained by the illustrious Tom Brady. Examining Purdy’s NFL statistics, they show an emerging quarterback.

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