Cole Beasley

#11 WR / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: 4YRS Height: 5-8 Weight: 180 lb Age: 26 College: Southern Methodist Bye 6

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    Cowboys' Cole Beasley: Held to one catch against Miami

    Beasley caught one pass off of three targets for 14 yards in Sunday's win over Miami. In Tony Romo's first game back in the lineup since Week 2, the Cowboys leaned heavily on the run and 13 of 28 targets went to Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams, leaving Beasley and others short on opportunities. Beasley has now been limited to one or no catches in four of his last five games and, though the other game was a two-touchdown highpoint against Philadelphia, Beasley should remain out of lineups until further notice.

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    Cowboys' Cole Beasley: Held to one catch against Tampa Bay

    Beasley caught an eight-yard pass on his lone target in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay. Last week's nine-catch, two-score game appears to have been more exception than rule. Beasley caught at least four passes in each of the Cowboys' first five games, but has snagged one pass on four targets in Weeks 7,8 and 10 combined. The shifty slot receiver is on pace to shatter career marks in catches and yards, but, like many of his teammates, is an inconsistent performer at best with Tony Romo out of the lineup.

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    Cowboys' Cole Beasley: 112 yards and two scores in Sunday's loss

    Beasley had the best game of his career in Sunday's loss to the Eagles, catching nine passes on 11 targets for 112 yards and two touchdowns. After being held without a catch in Matt Cassel's first two starts under center, Beasley suddenly found himself thrust into the spotlight as the Eagles secondary just couldn't keep tabs on him out of the slot. Dez Bryant's return to form certainly helped keep defensive attention off the Cowboys' other receivers, and with rookie Lucky Whitehead assuming more of Beasley's kick return duties, the diminutive receiver took full advantage of his opportunities on offense. Next week in Week 10 is a Bucs defense that's allowed 19 passing TDs on the season, second-worst in the league.

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    Cowboys' Cole Beasley: Held catchless against Seattle

    Beasley was targeted once and held without a catch in Sunday's loss to Seattle. After catching between four and six passes in each of the first five games of the season with Tony Romo and Brandon Weeden doing the throwing, Beasley has been held catchless with just thee targets in two games playing with Matt Cassel. Beasley has carved a niche for himself over the past three or four years as the Cowboys' man in the slot, occassionally putting together solid fantasy performances. Unfortunately, as is the case with the entire Dallas receiving corps, consistent production may still be a few weeks away as the team continues to struggle in Romo's absense.

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    Cowboys' Cole Beasley: Poor performance Sunday

    Beasley failed to catch either of his targets during Sunday's loss to the Giants and fumbled a punt inside the last two minutes of the game to deny the Cowboys a chance at a game-tying drive. After Beasley failed to look up on a crossing route and took a pass off his helmet, Matt Cassel seemed to lose faith in Beasley and focused on other options for the rest of the game. It's the first time this season Beasley has been held without a catch, but with zero TDs and a season high of 62 receiving yards in any game, even a good game for Beasley doesn't have much value.

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    Cowboys' Cole Beasley: Just four catches Sunday

    Beasley caught four passes on six targets for 40 yards Sunday. Quarterback Brandon Weeden had a terrible game, and even when Beasley was able to get open underneath Weeden wasn't able to find him consistently. The Cowboys get their bye next week and could well switch to Matt Cassel under center in Week 7, but Beasley's role isn't likely to change much.

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    Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley hauls in six catches Sunday

    Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley caught all six of his targets for 62 yards in Sunday's OT loss to the Saints. Lance Dunbar's potentially season-ending knee injury will likely result in an uptick in Beasley's target volume going forward, making him a better play in PPR leagues.

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    Cowboys WR Cole Beasley produces four-catch, 49-yard outing

    Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley caught all four of his targets for 49 yards in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. He was once again only minimally involved in the offense, but Beasley was the only wide receiver to catch a pass at all from Brandon Weeden, who mainly focused on underneath routes and checkdowns with his tight ends and running backs. The Cowboys passing game will likely struggle as long as Tony Romo (collarbone) is sidelined, but Beasley at least shouldn't lose what value he has while Weeden is under center.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Cowboys WR Cole Beasley looks to add branches to route tree

    Cowboys wideout Cole Beasley would like to catch more passes this season. And that means running a higher number of routes to attract the attention of quarterback Tony Romo. Beasley has caught 91 passes for 916 yards and six touchdowns in his first three seasons combined. He managed 37 receptions for 420 yards and four scores a year ago. But he signed a four-year, $13.6 million deal with $7.3 million guaranteed in early March, so the team is likely expecting more in 2015. That's one reason why he is seeking to expand his horizons and develop a stronger on-field relationship with Romo. "I've always been comfortable with Tony," he told the Dallas Morning News. "Now it's just building more of a route tree pretty much. We've always had the routes that we've been good at and just kind of left it at that the past three years. Hopefully we can build on some more things and I can add to the inventory and get some more routes so we can build a connection with those." Beasley added his belief that his statistical improvement would benefit the Cowboys. "If all of us take that approach and improve individually it will make us better collectively," he said. "You're always going to look back at your stats because you have your own personal goals. You want to do better each year. But a lot of my success depends on other people, so it really doesn't matter if it doesn't add up to wins."

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Report: Cowboys re-sign WR Cole Beasley to four-year deal

    The Cowboys and receiver Cole Beasley agreed on a four-year contract worth $13.6 million, including $7 million guaranteed, reports Yahoo Sports. Beasley, 25, spent his first three seasons with Dallas, catching 37 balls for career highs of 420 yards and four touchdowns last year. Beasley will receive a $4 million signing bonus, the report said.

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