Cowboys’ Block by Micah Parsons that injured Giants rookie: “That s—- dude, I dread to see him.”

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Micah Parsons of the Dallas Cowboys demanded that the NFL outlaw the low block that caused Kayvon Thibodeaux, a rookie for the New York Giants, to sustain a sprained MCL.

In a preseason game on Sunday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, Thibodeaux was hurt. He was rushing the passer when tight end Thaddeus Moss hit him low. Thibodeaux was injured, but after being examined in the locker room, he returned to the field. For the remainder of the game, he did not play again.

“Why is cutting still permitted in the NFL, I don’t know! We’ve become f—-ing guys! Let’s get it on, bro! That s—- man, I detest to see!” tweeted Sunday night. Parsons


Brian Daboll, the Giants coach, was questioned about the block on Monday.

“The blocks that are coming from within the tackle box and across the line of scrimmage are strong. You must first notice it before attempting to play with your hands effectively. Therefore, it’s unfortunate that K.T. died. But that’s just how the game is, “said he.

According to reports, Thibodeaux’s injury will keep him out for 3–4 weeks. Daboll refused to provide an estimated time of arrival.

I’d say it’s truly day-to-day, he remarked. “I’m not predicting whether or not a player will return. I am confident he will arrive and receive care. We’ll take each day as it comes, and when he’s ready, we’ll put him on the field.”


Kayvon Thibodeaux, #5 of the New York Giants, stands up after an apparent injury during the first half of a preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals at MetLife Stadium on August 21, 2022 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Thibodeaux will be unable to participate in certain practices and the exhibition game against the New York Jets.

“Being outside while practice has value. You attempt to imitate it as closely as you can to obtain live reps, but I believe that any number of repetitions our guys can receive, whether they are veterans or rookies, will benefit them. It benefits every unit. Since he has been here, K.T. has been performing all of the tasks we have required of him. He was a reliable teammate, “added Daboll.

“He’s put in a lot of effort. Therefore, you should never be late. He is acting in the appropriate way. The ideal strategy. He will work as hard as he can to recover and will be prepared to leave when he is.”

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Brandon Allen, #8, throws a pass as New York Giants' Kayvon Thibodeaux, #5, rushes him during the first half of a preseason NFL football game Sunday, Aug. 21, 2022, in East Rutherford, N.J.

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