WR Cole Beasley - Dallas Cowboys
|5-8, 177||Born: 2-26-1989||College: Southern Methodist||Drafted: ---|
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2014 Week 18 vs DET (8 / 4 / 63 / 0 rec)
Beasley once again had a pronounced role, along with Jason Witten, as Tony Romo's trusty possession receiver. Romo misfired on two of Beasley's first half targets as Dallas offense could not sustain drives. After a bobbled target on a low throw, Beasley had solid contributions the rest of the Dallas' comeback victory, however, including a quick out route that turning into a 19-yard gain with a broken tackle. Beasley maintained control of a slant route reception through a big hit (which was penalized) and drew a defensive holding penalty on the defensive back in the closing minutes of the game. Beasley continues to be a matchup advantage for Dallas from the slot position, especially in obvious passing situations.
2014 Week 19 vs GB (3 / 3 / 38 / 0 rec)
Beasley did the most with his three targets in the playoff matchup in Green Bay. He took a wide receiver screen 18 yards, picking his way through good blocking on the perimeter. Later in the first half Beasley turned up the sideline after a quick out route for yards-after-the-catch. Beasley's lone target in the second half, a short hitch route, was sniffed out by the Packers defense, and he was tackled quickly. Beasley developed as a dependable slot receiver for Tony Romo and sprinkled in a few big plays.
Latest NewsCowboys | Extend Cole Beasley (Tue Mar 3, 12:43 PM) - Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $13.1 million. The extension could be worth as much as $15.1 million. Our View: It's crazy to think that Beasley has a contract that could pay him around what Emmanuel Sanders makes for the Broncos. Beasley is a tough player over the middle, but he's not a star. His fantasy value is fairly low, and we wouldn't anticipate a lot of success even with a larger role.
link to story Cowboys | Cole Beasley talking extension (Fri Feb 27, 02:15 AM) - Free-agent WR Cole Beasley (Cowboys) and the Dallas Cowboys are discussing a contract extension that would keep Beasley under control for multiple seasons. Our View: Beasley is a tough player who is unafraid to run routes over the middle. He had a career-high four touchdowns last year and a career-best 420 yards receiving. It's wise to keep him around as an explosive slot receiver.
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