(WHTM) — Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons had plenty to say about the Philadelphia Eagles ninth overall pick of Georgia DT Jalen Carter. The Harrisburg native is covering the 2023 NFL Draft with B/R Gridiron.

“I’m just so sick to my stomach right now,” Parsons said on the stream.

Parsons talked about the value of getting the top-rated defensive tackle in the 2023 NFL Draft at the ninth overall pick.

“I’m just so shocked that eight teams let Jalen Carter [go],” Parsons said. “The value of that pick is crazy.”

The Eagles added to an already talented defensive line that features Jordan Davis, Fletcher Cox, Josh Sweat and Brandon Graham. Carter could help replace Javon Hargrave who had 37 solo tackles and 11 sacks in the 2022 season for the Eagles, and now signed with the 49ers.

In his three seasons at Georgia, Carter had three sacks, 32 total tackles and two forced fumbles.

The B/R Gridiron stream brought in current Eagles WR A.J. Brown, who told Parsons to just join the Super Bowl runners-up Eagles.

“Micah, I know you want to just be a Philadelphia Eagle at this point,” Brown said. “This is a great organization.”

The 2023 NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 27 through Saturday, April 29 and will air on abc27 starting at 8 p.m. on Thursday night. The second round starts at 7 p.m. on Friday and the final rounds begin at 12 p.m. on Saturday.