Micah Parsons Challenged By Son in Workout

July 14, 2023

Athlete Studio

The Pro Bowl linebacker, Micah Parsons, is gearing up for his third season in the NFL. Recently, he shared an adorable Instagram stories video, showcasing himself training with none other than his 5-year-old son, Malcolm. The heartwarming footage has sparked a question in everyone's minds: will Malcolm follow in his father's footsteps and make it all the way to the NFL? Only time will tell.

The NFL is a tough league that demands players to stay competitive and in top shape, even during the off-season. Micah Parsons, known for his outstanding work ethic, took to Instagram to show off his new training buddy. Surprisingly, his young son is already challenging him in agility exercises and in the weight room.

Back in 2018, during his freshman year at Penn State, Micah became a father at the age of 18. Balancing his college career and his inevitable journey into the NFL, while fulfilling his responsibilities as a father, shaped a special bond between Micah and Malcolm. This bond has been evident during public events, where the linebacker proudly attended with his son.

Life as an NFL dad got even better for Micah this January when he confirmed the arrival of his baby girl, just two days before the Dallas Cowboys won their divisional-round playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In an interview with Scott Van Pelt, Micah expressed his love for his daughter and how he eagerly looks forward to returning home to her.

Since joining the NFL in 2021, Micah Parsons has not shied away from the limelight. Hailing from Pennsylvania, he has gained recognition for his exceptional fashion sense, making him one of the most stylish players in the league. Micah revels in the celebrity status among current NFL stars.

During this past Independence Day weekend, Micah was among a group of players who attended the renowned 4th of July "white party" hosted by billionaire Michael Rubin in the Hamptons. The star-studded event included renowned players like Odell Beckham Jr., Damar Hamlin, Davante Adams, Dez Bryant, and the Cincinnati Bengals' star quarterback, Joe Burrow. However, the presence of ex-NFL legend Tom Brady made the event truly unforgettable.

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