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How Cowboys' Micah Parsons plans to be 'matchup nightmare' all over field

OXNARD, Calif. — Micah Parsons was a major headache for opposing offenses last season. That headache is about to get worse. It's not just the type of problem that all good football players present. If you're built like a superhero, like Parsons — 6-foot-3, 248 pounds with a 4.36 40 time — of course you're going to be tough to play against.
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Cowboys news: Dan Quinn makes it clear that Micah Parsons will be playing multiple positions

Dan Quinn explains why Micah Parsons won’t be a permanent DE for Cowboys - Lauren Barash, The Landry Hat. Micah Parsons will continue to play multiple positions. It doesn’t take much to know and understand that Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons is a special player. Not only is he incredibly fast, athletic, and strong, but his ability to be able to play multiple positions (and play them all well) is nothing short of impressive.
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Micah Parsons Reveals The No. 1 Thing That Motivates Him

Micah Parsons thrived in his first NFL season as a sideline-to-sideline middle linebacker turned premier edge rusher. Parsons racked up 84 tackles and 13 sacks on his way to Pro Bowl, first-team All-Pro and Defensive Rookie of the Year honors. When it comes to what motivates him to achieve so...
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Micah Parsons Expected To Rush Passer More: Fans React

Micah Parsons was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 2021 because of his versatility at the linebacker position. With that said, it's evident that Dan Quinn has a specific role in mind for the Penn State product. According to Jon Machota of The Athletic, it "sounds like" Parsons will get...
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Cowboys Report: Another huge year coming for Micah Parsons?

OXNARD, Calif. — The Cowboys' defense was vastly improved last year and a huge reason was then-rookie linebacker and edge rusher Micah Parsons. Parsons is the reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year with a whopping 13 sacks and 84 tackles. The former Penn State Nittany Lion was an absolute steal for the Cowboys last year with the 12th pick despite being the highest graded defensive player and seemed like he had something to prove.
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Cowboys DC Dan Quinn plans to unleash Micah Parsons even more this season

OXNARD, Calif. — First Dan Quinn spotted the quickness. The Cowboys defensive coordinator had known rookie Micah Parsons brought coverage and blitz abilities to Dallas, Parsons’ college tape demonstrating how he could leverage size and speed effectively across downs. But pass-rushing? Parsons’ COVID-shortened college career didn’t scream edge...
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Cowboys' Trevon Diggs Talks 2022 Season, Playing with Micah Parsons, More in B/R AMA

Trevon Diggs isn't just the NFL's leader in interceptions—he's also a burgeoning designer. The Dallas Cowboys star recently teamed up with Lids on a pair of hats that will be available in areas surrounding Dallas ahead of the 2022 NFL season. He sat down Thursday for an AMA on the B/R app to discuss his love of hats, the Cowboys' season prospects and ways he hopes to improve in 2022.
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A&M LB commit Anthony Hill's game compares well with that of NFL star Micah Parsons

There's a temptation to describe a high end high school prospect in terms of the latest and greatest player at their position at either the college or professional level. Most of the time, the adjectives are unfair because the prospect still has to grow their body and their game while their next level comparison is usually more established in both regards and has the productivity to show for it.
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