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2021 82 693 8.45 1 0.00 774.8
2020 82 967 11.79 4 0.00 1268.4
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  • Cole Beasley: Set to end career

    Beasley announced Wednesday that he will retire from the NFL, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Beasley will hang up his cleats after 11 seasons in the NFL, including a brief cameo with the Buccaneers for two games thus far in 2022. The longtime slot receiver was named a second-team All-Pro in 2020 after a career-best 976-yard campaign with the Bills. He initially went unselected in the 2012 NFL Draft, but he managed to carve out a successful six-year tenure with the Cowboys before playing three seasons in Buffalo, highlighted by a 2020 trip to the AFC Championship Game.
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  • Cole Beasley: Shifts back to practice squad

    Beasley reverted to the Buccaneers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Beasley played a smaller role after being activated by Tampa Bay for the second week in a row, bringing in his lone target for five yards on four offensive snaps against Kansas City. The veteran slot wideout joined the Buccaneers' practice squad to help provide depth for the team's banged-up receiving corps, as Chris Godwin and Julio Jones (undisclosed) returned from injury in Week 4. Beasley also played eight special-teams snaps, and he is now available for one more elevation to the Buccaneers' active roster this season.
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  • Buccaneers' Cole Beasley: Elevated once more

    Beasley was elevated to the Buccaneers' active roster Saturday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. This comes as no surprise given the Buccaneers are still dealing with a litany of injuries at wide receiver. While Beasley played only nine offensive snaps last week against the Packers, he did catch three of his four targets for 12 yards, with two of those receptions nearly going for first downs. Beasley is eligible to elevated via the practice squad one more time before the Buccaneers will need to make a choice on whether or not to add him to the 53-man roster.
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  • Cole Beasley: Reverts to practice squad

    Beasley reverted to the Buccaneers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Beasley showed up in a relatively significant role with wideouts Mike Evans (suspension), Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) all sidelined Sunday, hauling in three of four targets for 12 yards over nine offensive snaps. The 33-year-old slot receiver recorded a first down with a four-yard catch in the first quarter, though his next reception did not come until the 12-minute mark in the fourth quarter. Beasley also played three special-teams snaps Sunday, but his primary value will come as a short-yardage receiver moving forward. The veteran is eligible for two more game-day elevations while on the Buccaneers' practice squad this season.
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  • Buccaneers' Cole Beasley: Quick study in Bucs offense

    Beasley, who signed with the Buccaneers' practice squad earlier this week and was elevated to the active roster Saturday, has quickly picked up the team's playbook, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. "He's quick, catches up to speed [really] fast, he understands the system," head coach Todd Bowles said Friday. "He's played and he's got a lot of reps under him, so if we needed him, I think he'll be ready." Beasley's short acclimation curve could help propel him to a productive game Sunday considering the Buccaneers are down Mike Evans (suspension), Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee). The veteran slot receiver worked intensively with receivers coach Kevin Garver this week and noted the team's scheme has plenty of carryover for him from the Cowboys and Bills offenses he's played in previously. Given Beasley's prior body of work, he profiles as just the type of sure-handed short-area receiver Tom Brady has thrived with in the past.
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  • Buccaneers' Cole Beasley: Moves to active roster

    The Buccaneers elevated Beasley from the practice squad to the active roster Saturday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. This move comes as little surprise after the veteran joined the Bucs' practice squad earlier this week. With Mike Evans (suspended) and Chris Godwin (knee) out, and the trio of Julio Jones (knee), Russell Gage (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (knee) all questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Packers, Beasley may see a healthy workload in his 2022 debut.
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  • Cole Beasley: Joining Bucs' practice squad

    The Buccaneers agreed Tuesday to sign Beasley to their practice squad with the expectation of elevating him to the roster soon, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. With Julio Jones (knee) and Chris Godwin (hamstring) dealing with injuries and Mike Evans in line to serve a one-game suspension, Beasley will give Tampa Bay's receiving corps some valuable depth and experience. The 33-year-old, who is coming off back-to-back 82-catch seasons with the Bills, could be called up to the roster for Week 3 ahead of Sunday's game against the Packers.
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  • Cole Beasley: Interested in return to Dallas

    Beasley said he'd want to rejoin the Cowboys if it meant playing with Dak Prescott again, Jori Epstein of USA Today reports. It would mean exactly that with Prescott locked in as the franchise QB, but Beasley may not have such a warm relationship with the Dallas front office. The 33-year-old slot receiver reportedly has drawn interest from multiple teams since the Bills released him in mid-March.
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  • Cole Beasley: Still unsigned

    Though Beasley remains unsigned, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network suggests "that's not for lack of interest." With that in mind, Garafolo indicates that the Beasley -- who's coming off back-to-back 82-catch seasons with the Bills -- is staying patient as he waits for the right opportunity/offer to arrive. Depending on where he lands, the 33-year-old could find himself back on the PPR radar in 2022 if he ends up securing a key slot role for his new team.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Heading elsewhere

    Beasley is set to be released by the Bills, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The writing was already on the wall here, as the player and team seemed to have a falling out that got worse over time and the Bills gave him permission to seek a trade earlier this month, something that never materialized. Beasley is still as shifty as anyone on short, middle-of-the-field routes, so he'll make a good pickup for the right team. Meanwhile, Gabriel Davis' star continues to brighten.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Moves chains in playoff loss

    Beasley caught six passes on eight targets for 60 yards during Sunday's divisional-round loss to the Chiefs. This was Beasley's best game since Week 14 against the Buccaneers, as he missed a game due to COVID protocols down the stretch and seemed to have a difficult time getting worked back into a major role in the offense following his return, not to mention he got booed every time he touched the ball in home games the rest of the way from fans not agreeing with his season-long strong stance against vaccinations. Beasley's 82-693-1 line is nothing to sniff at considering there are so many mouths to feed in this high-powered offense, but the emergence of Gabriel Davis, tight end Dawson Knox and even running back Devin Singletary cut into some of Beasley's production in 2021, namely in the red zone. He has one more year left on his contract, and we imagine that even though the front office may have grown frustrated with some of the attention he brought to the locker room this season, he's too valuable to the team and too good at his middle-of-the-field role to not to be given anything less than strong consideration for the Bills' 2022 plan.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Two catches in return

    Beasley secured two of six targets for 22 yards in the Bills' 29-15 win over the Falcons on Sunday. The veteran possession man made his return after a one-game stay on the reserve/COVID-19 list, but even with Emmanuel Sanders (knee) out of action, he couldn't make much of an impact. In fairness, Josh Allen was extremely inaccurate and threw for just 120 yards overall, so Beasley could see a boost in his numbers versus the vulnerable Jets secondary in Week 18.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Activated from COVID-19 list

    The Bills activated Beasley (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. Although Beasley is unvaccinated, he'll be eligible to return to practice Wednesday after the NFL and NFL Players Association agreed Tuesday on changes to the COVID-19 return-to-play policy, which now allows all players who test positive for the virus to rejoin their teams after five-day isolation periods if asymptomatic or showing diminished symptoms. Gabriel Davis (illness) was also activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, so the Bills seem to have a good chance at having their receiving corps at full strength for Sunday's game against Atlanta.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Ineligible for Week 16

    Beasley won't be available for Sunday's game against the Patriots after he was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday due to testing positive for the virus, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Because Beasley is abiding to the NFL protocols for unvaccinated players, he'll have to complete a 10-day quarantine following his positive test, regardless if he's asymptomatic or not. Since Beasley won't be eligible to rejoin the Bills until the middle of next week at the earliest, he'll miss out on a pivotal matchup with New England that could end up deciding the AFC East champion. With fellow wideout Emmanuel Sanders (knee) far from a safe bet to be available Sunday, the Bills could have to rely heavily on Gabriel Davis, Isaiah McKenzie and Jake Kumerow to pick up more reps alongside No. 1 receiver Stefon Diggs.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Inefficient on eight targets

    Beasley caught four passes for 35 yards on eight targets against Carolina on Sunday. Beasley arguably had a difficult matchup as Josh Allen (foot) dealt with a fiery Carolina pass rush, but the Panthers were also down two of their top three corners, so Beasley mostly worked against backups Sunday. Beasley's target volume was solid as it has been almost all year, but he continued his season-long struggles with getting open downfield. Beasley gets a rematch against the Patriots as Buffalo hits the road for Week 16.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Bounces back with nine grabs

    Beasley brought in nine of 11 targets for 64 yards in the Bills' 33-27 overtime loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. Beasley's catch total led the Bills and was an especially welcome sight after the reliable veteran was held to one catch against the Patriots in the Week 13 Monday night loss. Beasley's yardage total was also his best since Week 8, as the 32-year-old hadn't eclipsed 46 receiving yards since that season-best 110-yard showing against the Dolphins until Sunday. Beasley will look to deliver another timely effort for managers in their fantasy postseason contests during a Week 15 home battle versus the Panthers. It's also worth noting that teammate Emmanuel Sanders left Sunday's game early with a knee injury, which slightly opened things up for other players. Beasley managers will want to keep an eye on Sanders' health this week.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Poor game in poor conditions

    Beasley caught one of three targets for 11 yards in Monday's 14-10 loss to the Patriots. Quarterback Josh Allen only completed 15 passes in the game, and that might be considered an accomplishment given the terrible weather and the fact that opposing QB Mac Jones only completed two throws. Beasley was open a few times in key moments, but between the howling wind and Allen either not finding him or being able to make a good throw, Beasley was limited to his second-worst output of the season. Expect a more productive performance from the entire Buffalo offense in a Week 14 matchup with the Buccaneers, a game that could turn into a high-scoring affair.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Five grabs in Thanksgiving win

    Beasley brought in all five targets for 46 yards in the Bills' 31-6 win over the Saints on Thursday night. Beasley checked in second behind Stefon Diggs in receptions for the night, bouncing back to an extent from a trio of sub-par games where he'd failed to top 33 yards. Beasley is still capped by his typical short-area role, but the limitations are especially pronounced this season due to a figure of 6.7 yards per target that qualifies as his lowest figure in that category since 2017. His next opportunity to build up his yardage numbers comes in a Week 13 divisional clash with the Patriots on Monday night, Dec. 6.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Cleared for Thanksgiving Day

    Beasley (ribs) doesn't carry an injury designation into Thursday's game against the Saints. On a short week, Beasley was listed as limited for Monday and Tuesday's practice reports before upgrading to full Wednesday. Minus a Week 12 injury tag, Beasley will continue to play through the rib issue he's been managing in recent games. After logging just nine snaps in a Week 10 win over the Jets, he was on the field for 32 snaps in Sunday's blowout loss to the Colts, finishing with four receptions for 23 yards on five targets. Barring any in-game setbacks, Beasley should see his share of targets out of the slot Thursday while facing a New Orleans defense that has allowed an average of 252.2 passing yards per game this season.
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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Limited in practice after all

    Updating a previous report, Beasley (ribs) will be a limited participant rather than a full one in Tuesday's practice, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Though head coach Sean McDermott said earlier Tuesday that Beasley would take full reps in the team's main practice session ahead of a Thanksgiving Day game against the Saints, the veteran slot man was spotted on the field donning a red no-contact jersey, which implies that he'll be in line for limited work. Regardless, Beasley still looks on track to play Thursday, and he could see a more sizable role on offense now that his injury is further in the rear-view mirror. After he was capped at just 16 percent of the offensive snaps in the Bills' Week 10 blowout win over the Jets, Beasley upped his play count to 57 percent in the team's 41-15 loss to the Colts in Week 11.
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