Micah Parsons And CeeDee Lamb Didn’t Show Up For Cowboys Offseason Programs Amid Contract Dispute

The Dallas Cowboys strange offseason continues.

On Monday, Dallas, along with most NFL teams, began their voluntary offseason workout programs and while the important word in that sentence is “voluntary”, it’s still expected that players show up.. unless of course they are sending a message to the organization.

Such was the case for the Cowboys, who started their offseason program without two vital pieces to their team: WR CeeDee Lamb and LB Micah Parsons.

According to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Lamb and Parsons were absent for the first day of voluntary workouts with Lamb set to play on the fifth-year option worth $17.99 million. Lamb is seeking a contract extension.


Meanwhile, Parsons has two years remaining on his rookie deal and based on his insane production through the first three years of his career, the Cowboys should probably begin the process of opening their wallet for the star edge rusher.

It is important to note that these workouts are voluntary and Parsons skipped out on them last year, as well but this latest noteworthy incident involving the Dallas Cowboys, who have had a strange offseason. Not only were they not aggressive in improving the team, they’ve been reluctant to discuss a contract extension with QB Dak Prescott.

We’ll see if Lamb and/or Parsons show up when things become mandatory this summer.