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Micah Parsons preparing for a huge season for Cowboys

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So car in his career, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons has earned two Pro Bowl selections, earned two First-Team All-Pro nods and won 2021 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.

What exactly can Cowboys fans expect from him in 2023? 

“I’m kinda off the sack wave. I’m onto the impact wave,” he said. “Like, you see [Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle] Aaron Donald. He can have 12 sacks, but the impact he makes is like so dominant, like you can tell. I’m really just wanting to be dominant. Then you see guys have 16, 17 sacks, but they’re not considered a guy. I want to be a guy. Not one of the guys."

“If you’re always chasing, then you’re never achieving. You feel me? So I’m not chasing for something. I’m trying to achieve and being greater than someone that’s chasing.”

Parsons has already added some weight to his frame, adding to his already intimidating presence on the field. 

“You ever pick up a dumbbell, a 35 [pounder], and you’re like, ‘Oh, this is easy,’” Parsons asked. “You go like five more pounds and you’re like. ‘Oh, f---, my arm.’ It’s just like that. It might not be a substantial difference, but it’s just a difference in how you feel and, like, the power you want.”

However, he didn't take part in the first two portions of the Cowboys' offseason program.

“It’s not so much that I don’t want to be with the guys,” Parsons said. “It’s more like how can I invest in myself? Personally, we’ve all got different mentors. One person can learn from a teacher at a high rate, and someone might learn from their class buddy a lot more.”

Source: ESPN