NFL hands Cleary heavy punishment for Micah Parsons comments after been’….

NFL hands Cleary heavy punishment for Micah Parsons comments after been’….

Outspoken Dallas Cowboys star pass rusher Micah Parsons delivered his first public comments about the team’s disappointing first-round playoff exit.

Parson declined to speak to the media after the Cowboys’ 48-32 playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers. But the three-time Pro Bowler described it as an “embarrassing and unacceptable” moment.

“It’s that you lose the way you do and at home,” Parsons said during a recent edition of “The Edge with Micah Parsons” show. “We had talked about how much [better] we had played at home, how much it stood for us to be at home and then to go like that at home was completely embarrassing and unacceptable.

“I couldn’t even look at that loss or feel any type of way because of how embarrassed I felt. It took me a while to even show my face in public. I disappeared completely.”

After former Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was hired by the Washington Commanders on Thursday, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Commanders wide receiver Jahan Dotson made a pitch to Dallas’ defensive stalwart.

Dotson attempted to recruit Cowboys linebacker and former Penn State teammate Micah Parsons to the Commanders on social media shortly after it was reported that Quinn would take over as Washington’s head coach.

In doing so, Dotson referenced a recent quote from Parsons in which he said Quinn “might take me with him” if he accepts a head coaching job.

In 2023, Parsons tallied 64 tackles and 14 sacks, proving himself as one of the best defensive presences in the league. Now, he’ll look to continue his success under a new defensive coordinator.

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