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Former Cowboys receiver pulls 'offer' from team: report

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Former Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley could land on a new team soon.

The former Dallas Cowboys receiver may be preparing to land in the contenders soon.

Former Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley has received “serious interest” and “contract offers” from multiple teams, according to a report by Aaron Wilson of the Pro Football Network.

“Veteran slot-wide receiver Cole Beasley remains a free agent. “Beasley has received serious interest and contract offers from multiple NFL teams, and league sources say he can afford to be selective in the process of choosing the right fit, and ideally, You can join the nominees.”

Beasley remains a reliable slotted receiving weapon

Beasley, 33, will remain a free agent after the season starts. Over the past three seasons, Beasley has served as one of Allen’s favorite targets against Josh in Buffalo with his Bills. The veteran receiver hit a career-high 82 receptions last season after catching his 82 balls during his season in 2020.

However, it may be clear that the 10-year veteran is slowing down a bit. Beasley averaged just 8.5 yards per reception last season, and he averaged 11.8 yards per reception posted in the 2020 season. His 693 receiving yards were down significantly from his 967 receiving yards gained during the 2020 season.

That being said, he is one of the most reliable options in slots. According to Pro Football Focus, Beasley recorded an offensive his grade of 84.9 and a great drop his grade of 90.7 during his 2020 season. He ranked him 13th in the offensive grade and 4th in the drop grade among all receivers that season.

Wilson reports that it’s “only a matter of time” before Beasley joins forces with another NFL team.

“Beasley, 33, is one of the top available free agents,” Wilson said. “NFL teams, including head coaches, have worked hard to acquire Beasley. There is no such thing as being inside.”

Beasley spent seven seasons with the Cowboys (2012-2018) and became one of Dak Prescott’s favorite targets. The 5-foot-8-inch, 174-pound receiver averaged 70 receptions, 753 receptions for his yards and four touchdowns during his 2016 and 2018 seasons with the Cowboys. .

The slot-specialized receiver actually teased a reunion with the Cowboys before the start of the season.

Given that the Cowboys lack receiving depth — Michael Gallup and James Washington continue to miss due to injuries — Beasley could be a reliable veteran choice for Dallas. Beasley could provide a security blanket for Cooper Rush, especially considering Prescott will be sidelined for at least a month due to a thumb injury.

Jones: Cowboys unlikely to trade QB

After all, the Cowboys don’t seem to be trading quarterbacks.

Following Prescott’s injury against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, team owner Jerry Jones has revealed that Dallas is unlikely to pull off another starting quarterback trade. Advance with Cooper Rush until you can.

“Those [Rush and Grier] They know the offense well, they have a lot of reps and they give us the best shots as a result,” Jones said at 105.3 The Fan’s. Shan and RJ“It’s unlikely because there are no potential trades pending — not pending, but in the factory — with veteran quarters ready to come back here and play like they can.” It’s unlikely you’ll have Buck, even if you thought you might have a talent advantage.”

Rush got one start to his name last season by leading the Cowboys to a 20-16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.