Cole Beasley Reveals the One Reason Why He Would Play for the Dallas Cowboys Again
After spending three seasons as a member of the Buffalo Bills, free agent receiver Cole Beasley is looking for a new team. Could that be his former team, the Dallas Cowboys? According to Beasley, he'd be willing to rock the star again for one reason.
In a recent post on Twitter, a fan speculated if Beasley would even want to play for Dallas again. Beasley responded to that tweet and shared one reason that he would be willing to play for the Cowboys again.
The Texas native and former standout at SMU started his career in Dallas as an undrafted free agent in 2012. In seven seasons as a Cowboy, Beasley hauled in 319 catches for 3,271 yards and 23 touchdowns.
In three seasons in Buffalo, he became a favorite target of quarterback Josh Allen and caught 231 passes for 2,438 with 11 touchdowns. But, the Bills opted to go in a different direction due to cap space and so Beasley is now a free agent.
So now Beasley is looking for a new home. The Dallas Cowboys, whose receiving corps is a bit questionable with the trade of Amari Cooper and the status of Michael Gallup in the air, could use some veteran help.
Personally, I see this as a good fit. Prescott and Beasley had good chemistry together, the offense should be familiar, and we need a solid veteran in the huddle. The problem that some fans have is that Beasley did kind of trash talk the Cowboys on how they do business, and then there was that whole vaccination thing.
Honestly, I don't care about any of that as long as the dude can play. And I believe he would be a good fit.
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