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Micah Parsons Wants Tony Pollard Back With Cowboys Next Season,he reveals that pollard will be better than…

The 24-year-old pass rusher had high praise for his teammate, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent in March.

There has been a lot of discussion over the past few weeks about where the Dallas Cowboys will go this offseason after another disappointing playoff run. Cowboys star linebacker Micah Parsons caught the attention of fans by appearing on his podcast and sharing his thoughts on how the season ended.

The 24-year-old pass rusher appeared on The Stephen A. Show this week and discussed several topics, including running back Tony Pollard, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent in March. Parsons had high praise for the starting running back, who has emerged as a leader for Dallas this season after failing to re-sign Ezekiel Elliott last offseason.

He also said Pollard was a versatile defender and was starting to find his rhythm towards the end of the season. “I would say Tony Pollard, towards the end of the season, he got his rhythm back,” Parsons said (shout out to Bobby Kownak of


“I think he’s a really terrible person. You have to think he broke his fibula, tibia, etc. This is a fatal injury. You’re talking about someone who was really behind that January and came back the first week but didn’t really do much.”

“It takes time to get back to football. He didn’t play OTAs. He didn’t attend minicamp,” Parsons added. “He sent the camp off like he made it through it and came back. I saw it grow in size, as if to say, “You’ve come to your senses now.” “I want to give Tony Pollard one more chance.”

Parsons makes a strong case for the Cowboys to re-sign the 26-year-old running back, who recorded his second straight 1,000-yard season (1,005) with a career-high 252 carries. Pollard had only one 100-yard game and averaged a career-worst 4.0 yards per carry. But there’s something to be said for Pollard’s massive workload despite suffering a devastating injury early in 2023. The former fourth-round pick’s projected market value is ideal for the Cowboys on a two-year contract worth $13.5 million. But the question is whether the team can tire Derrick Henry, who has proven to be a workhorse throughout his career.

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