Micah Parsons, a Dallas Cowboys legend, sends a message to the defense.


Micah Parsons, a Dallas Cowboys legend, sends a message to the defense.

Few Dallas Cowboys players have had as successful a career as DeMarcus Ware, so his praise for the team’s defense carries a lot of weight.

We had the opportunity to sit down with Ware for an exclusive interview with Heavy to discuss everything from his thoughts on the Cowboys to his partnership with USAA.

One of the viral clips from HBO’s Hard Knocks showed Ware working with rookie linebacker Micah Parsons.

Parsons is still “on my radar,” according to Ware, who described the defender as “showing up and showing out” to begin his NFL career.

Micah Parsons has been showing up and showing out as a rookie, according to Ware.

“I told him to just go out there and play comfortable, and you can see him doing that.”

They’ve relieved him of a lot of responsibilities, allowing him to simply play and make plays.

…He’s been doing exceptionally well, and I hope he continues to do so.

But he’s been doing his thing, and that’s one of the guys I’ve been keeping an eye on.”

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Ware and Parsons have a lot in common, according to the Cowboys.

According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, after meeting with Ware, Parsons said, “That’s my guy.”

Parsons had 58 tackles, six sacks, and a forced fumble in his first nine games.

Will McClay, the Cowboys’ vice president of player personnel, noted some parallels between Parsons and Ware.

In September 2021, ESPN quoted McClay as saying, “There are some elements of [Parsons’] game that compare to DeMarcus’ game with his suddenness.”

“Then, with his pass rush, DeMarcus developed into such a technician.”

Initially, he was relying on his God-given abilities, but there are some parallels.

Micah, on the other hand, is a bit of a enigma.

He’s a multi-talented individual.”

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