CeeDee Lamb Breaks Silence on Mom’s Cowboys Criticism

The star wide receiver finally addressed his mom's social media comments on Micah Parsons' podcast.

Feb 1, 2024; Orlando, FL, USA;  Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) participates
Feb 1, 2024; Orlando, FL, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) participates / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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CeeDee Lamb’s mom, Leta Ramirez, caused a stir on social media last month after the Dallas Cowboys lost 48-32 to the Green Bay Packers in the Super Wild Card Weekend round. 

Ramirez did not mince any words about how she felt regarding Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, saying that he's not it and the team needs to get rid of him.

Those comments after the humiliating home loss caused Cowboys fans to wonder if that’s how the star wide receiver felt. CeeDee Lamb went on Micah Parsons’ podcast this week and addressed those comments made by his mom.

“Let’s get the elephant out of the room. I know what my mom said,” Lamb said. “I don’t talk to my mom about my sports nor my personal problems. She’s just being a mom. She knows her son. He comes home mad, unfortunately, when we lose.”

“She had her opportunity to voice her opinion on Facebook,” he added. “Once again, I’m gonna repeat this. No, I have no beef with my quarterback! I love my dog [Dak Prescott.] He knows that.” 

There was nothing else for Lamb to say, who kept it real about what his mom posted on social media but also made it clear how he felt about his starting quarterback and teammate. Even though it wasn’t a great end to the 2023 season, Lamb had the best year of his NFL career (insert stats), which can be credited to Prescott.

The Cowboys will hope for better success in 2024, as they don’t want to be in this same spot next year.

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