The Dallas Cowboys might have just struck gold.
Undrafted rookie Cole Beasley out of Southern Methodist University is quickly becoming a household name in the Dallas metroplex.
Beasley made headlines recently when he decided to quit the Cowboys training camp. After meeting with his family, Beasley returned to the team.
Head coach Jason Garrett expressed to Beasley that the organization welcomed him back with open arms, and Beasley would only be judged on future performance on the field.
In between the lines, Beasley looks extraordinary for an undrafted rookie. Prior to No.6 overall pick Morris Claiborne going down with an injury, Beasley burned the former LSU cornerback one-on-one several times.
Jerry Jones expressed confidence in Beasley. Jones commented on his instinctive ability to get open and find holes in defensive coverage. Beasley is reportedly a hard-working and focused player with a noticeable desire and hunger to perform at his best.
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