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Cowboys Star CeeDee Lamb’s Mom Brutally Rips Dak Prescott

If the Dallas Cowboys aim to put an end to their Super Bowl drought in the upcoming season, it’s essential to address the simmering tension between Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb.

Following the Cowboys’ elimination from the playoffs last Sunday, a noteworthy incident unfolded on social media. Leta Ramirez, Lamb’s mother, took to Facebook and vented her frustration, directing her comments towards Prescott.


When another Facebook user engaged with Ramirez’s post, she had the following to say regarding Prescott:

“They need to get rid of his (expletive)! It’s guys on that team that want a RING! They work too hard.” 

These statements from Ramirez certainly shed light on the situation, and it’s worth noting that Lamb displayed visible frustration during the recent Packers-Cowboys game.

The disappointment among Cowboys fans is palpable, as Lamb’s mother’s comments appeared to single out Prescott as the sole culprit for Sunday’s loss.

CeeDee Lamb had an exceptional 2023 season, setting personal records with an impressive 135 receptions for 1,749 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Irrespective of Ramirez’s sentiments towards Dak Prescott, there’s no denying that they form a dynamic duo in Dallas. However, the lingering question is whether this partnership will remain harmonious in the upcoming season, particularly in light of Ramirez’s Facebook comments.

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