Cowboys' Micah Parsons issues warning to Tua Tagovailoa amid Twitter spat with Tyreek Hill

NFC Divisional Playoffs - Dallas Cowboys v San Francisco 49ers
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Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons isn't one to shy away from a challenge. Fans witnessed this first-hand last year when he beat Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill in a 40-yard dash at the Pro Bowl, famously dubbed the "Fastest Man Race."

Since then, Parsons and Hill have developed a playful rivalry on social media. The superstars are often found replying to each other's posts with humorous digs. It's arguably the best social media "rivalry" the NFL has going right now.

These shots can come at any given moment.

Over the weekend, Parsons penned a thank you to former Rams offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, who traveled to Austin for three days to work with Parsons as the Cowboys defender strives to improve his pass-rush arsenal.

Fittingly, Hill interjected with some trash talk, but it was Parsons who got the last laugh after he brought up the Cowboys' Christmas Eve clash against the Dolphins and said Tua Tagovailoa will pay for Hill's antics.

As for the warning Parsons issued to Tagovailoa:

Cowboys' Micah Parsons ready to make Tua Tagovailoa pay after Tyreek Hill's trash talk

Parsons already has every game circled on his calendar. That's how he's wired. However, it's pretty clear the Defensive Player of the Year finalist will bring something extra when the Cowboys and Dolphins meet the night before Christmas.

Parsons and Hill have been trash-talking for several months now, and there seemingly doesn't appear to be an end in sight. Perhaps the players will go their separate ways once regular season prep picks up during training camp, but for now fans can enjoy two of the NFL's biggest stars trading jabs on social media.

Unfortunately for Dallas, Hill is not slow.

If he's not the fastest player in the league, he's certainly in the conversation. In Hill's first year with the Dolphins after he requested a trade from the Chiefs, he caught 119 passes for 1,710 yards and seven touchdowns. Only Justin Jefferson had more catches and receiving yards than Hill.

The Cowboys will have their work cut out to contain Hill and Miami's other weapons, but you know Dan Quinn will have a game-plan at the ready. Further, Hill's speed won't matter if Parsons is living in the Dolphins' backfield harassing Tua.

A Cowboys win is all we're focused on, but fans of both teams deserve to have Parsons and Hill meet in the open field. Will Hill juke Parsons out of his shoes or simply sprint past him? Or will Parsons demonstrate his otherworldly athleticism and take down the Cheetah? We know who our money is on.

Circle those calendars, folks.