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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons has been called up by the NFL after a dangerous hit during Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Cowboys led by three late in the fourth quarter. Parsons provided the crucial slip the recovery at Dallas’ own 38, which looked like it would end the game there.

Micah Parsons #11 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates during the first half of the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field on December 18, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida.
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But the Cowboys went three and out on the next drive, giving up a quarter Trevor Lawrence just enough to tie the game and win it in overtime.

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After the game, Parsons took to Twitter not to talk about the loss, but instead to blame the officials for missing the late shot.

“Nobody’s talking about this guy jumping on my neck yet. But we still can’t land a quarterback.” he tweeted.

Mike Parsons #11 of the Dallas Cowboys sacks Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first quarter of the game at TIAA Bank Field on December 18, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Mike Parsons #11 of the Dallas Cowboys sacks Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first quarter of the game at TIAA Bank Field on December 18, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida.
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NFL has struggled mightily this season to toughen up passer scenarios. According to reports, the league has recently considered ejecting players who are penalized for roughing the passer and hitting a defenseless player.

New England Patriots OLB Mack Wilson Sr. is called for roughing the passer as he hits Detroit Lions QB Jared Goff.  The Patriots beat the Lions 29-0.

New England Patriots OLB Mack Wilson Sr. is called for roughing the passer as he hits Detroit Lions QB Jared Goff. The Patriots beat the Lions 29-0.
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“The officials, I have to say, have been pretty consistent and very accurate in making that call,” NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent, a former player, said at the NFL owners meeting last week. “But they’re human.”

Fox News’ Scott Thompson contributed to this report.

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