Cole Beasley, a veteran wideout, is still available but not because of lack of interest.
Mike Garafolo of NFL Network says that Beasley is still available for sale because he is waiting for the right offer and opportunity.
Beasley (33 years old) has been with the Buffalo Bills from 2019. Although there is no indication that Dallas is interested in Beasley’s services, it seems that he would be open to a reunion of the Cowboys.
Beasley replied to Roy White III of Blogging The Boys’ tweet on Tuesday that said “I wonder if” he would ever want to be a Cowboy again.
Beasley replied, “To play avec Dak I would.”
To play with Dak I would. https://t.co/Qeuj9bYinK
— Cole Beasley (@Bease11) July 26, 2022
From 2012-18, Beasley was a consistent playmaker for Cowboys. He caught 319 passes for 3,271 yard and 23 touchdowns.
With CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup, the Cowboys have an attractive wide receiver duo. However, they could use another wideout to challenge James Washington and Jalen Tolbert for the No. They occupy the No. 3 spot on depth charts.
Beasley’s 2021 total of 82 receptions was 693 yards. It’s obvious that he has plenty of gas left.