Dallas Cowboys Star edge rusher Micah Parsons traded friendly barbs with Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill on Twitter on Friday, but a dig may have hit a little too close to home.
Parsons posted a photo on his social media thanking the former Los Angeles Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth for training with him this week and helping him “grow as a player”.
“We will only grow from those who have accomplished what we seek,” Parsons added.
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The post caught the eye seven times at the Pro Bowl Tyrek Hill, who apparently poked fun at Parsons’ “motivational” tone.
But Parsons cheered and warned him about the Cowboys’ Week 16 game against the Dolphins in Miami.
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The two continued to engage in friendly chats online, but Parsons took a swipe at Hill for being traded by the Kansas City Chiefs before the start of last season.
“Cheetah just crazy Kansas City is thriving without him and he’s trying to bring down the Cowboy Nation with him!!” he said in a tweet. “He’s never been the same since he’s been in Miami! He’s started to lose his mind! Maybe it’s the heat?!”
There doesn’t seem to be any real bad blood between the two star players, with Parsons admitting: “You’re still one of my favorite players!!”
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Hill will face his former team when the Dolphins and Chiefs travel to Germany to play in one of five NFL international games this season.
Hill spent the first six seasons of his career in Kansas City, where he won a Super Bowl and was selected for the Pro Bowl each season.
After moving to Miami, Hill racked up 1,710 receiving yards.
Fox News’ Ryan Morik contributed to this report.