Cole Beasley

Cole Beasley retires

Cole Beasley

The former Cowboys standout played two games for Tampa Bay

Cole Beasley

Beasley, 33, spent the entire 2022

Beasley, 33, spent the entire 2022 season exploring his free agent options before joining the Buccaneers in late September. 

With several veterans including Chris Godwin and Julio Jones struggling with injuries in recent weeks, he was promoted by the 

Bucks scouts in the last two games and caught three passes against the Packers and one against the Chiefs on Sunday. He's 

calling it a career now, about a quarter into his 11th season. Beasley left high school in 2012 and spent his first seven years 

with the Cowboys, becoming a popular target for Tony Romo and Dak Prescott. His best result in Dallas came in 2016, Prescott's 

rookie year, when he recorded 75 catches for 833 yards and five goals while helping the Cowboys to a 13-3 finish. Beasley was 

perhaps as famous over the next three years as the Bills, who signed him in a $29 million free agency deal in 2019. He was an