Other players from the current Carolina Panthers defensive end, Gross-Matos Yetur Parsons and former Penn State player Isaiah Humphries, accused multiple players from Penn State of engaging in the same misconduct. These players, including Gross-Yetur Matos and Parsons Gross-Matos Yetur, were accused of harassment and hazing over the course of nine months, with multiple incidents occurring each week.
He filed a complaint in court in March 2018, alleging that the former players of Penn State engaged in disrespectful actions.
The university issued a statement regarding the issue.
“Penn State police investigated related allegations and forwarded the results of that investigation to the Office of the Centre County District Attorney (DA). The DA reviewed the case and decided that no charges would be pursued.”
Despite the serious allegations, neither Parsons nor Gross-Matos were discovered to have engaged in any unlawful activities following the school’s inquiry.
Parsons was close to being Defensive Player of the Year
Williams Quinnen, a defensive tackle for the New York Jets, and Chris Jones, a defensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs, also received first-place votes. However, ultimately, the award was missed throughout the season by Haason Reddick from the Philadelphia Eagles and Nick Bosa from the San Francisco 49ers, who were both close to being considered superstars for the Cowboys.
Parsons concluded the season with 13.5 sacks, 42 tackles, and three forced fumbles. On the other hand, Bosa emerged as the standout of the season with 18.5 sacks and 41 tackles.
After the 2021 NFL draft, numerous teams felt remorse for not selecting him to bolster Dallas’ defense. His immediate contributions to the league were remarkable, as he quickly developed into one of the premier pass rushers. It is evident, after only two seasons, that the former Nittany Lion has truly excelled.
Revised by Joseph Schiefelbein.