COLE BEASLEY RUMORS & GOSSIP
It has been a pretty wild week for Jess Haynie and myself over here at CowboysAddicts.com. A week ago, I posted an article titled “Cole Beasley : The Man. The Legend,” where I did a little satirical gushing about my favorite current Cowboys player, Cole Beasley. Within about 20 minutes of posting the article, Beasley himself had re-tweeted it on Twitter and I was downright giddy...
I’m a stats man and perhaps that is some of the pull of the NFL for an Englishman who has never donned shoulder pads, other than the smaller foam ones worn playing rugby. One of my favourites to follow on Twitter is @BalesFootball because of the stats he uses to back up his arguments relating to Cowboys football. If you read back through his...
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I could sit here and go on and on about how awful the Cowboys were this past weekend. The turnovers, the defensive woes, the whole nine-yards. It was pretty much a disaster across the board, and there’s no other real way to put it. There was a bright spot or two though for the Cowboys, and we’ll specifically focus on the offensive side of the ball. While Terrance Williams was...
I want to take a moment to talk about a Cowboys player who is not nearly as recognizable in the NFL world as he rightfully should be : Cole Beasley.
A small-statured man by most professional athletic standards, Beasley stands at 5 foot 8 and weighs in at 180 pounds. While slightly below normal for the average human-being, it is downright tiny for an NFL player. Don’t tell that...
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Check out this video of Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley throwing down a reverse windmill dunk.
What’s really crazy about this dunk is that Beasley is only 5’8″ tall. I guess some white men can jump.
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Despite being only 5 feet 8 inches tall, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley has hops. Beasley was an undrafted free agent after the 2012 NFL Draft. Coming out of Southern Methodist, Beasley made the final 53-man roster and ended 2012 with 15 receptions for 128 yards.
However, after watching this video, maybe the Cowboys should consider using Beasley a bit more often next season...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley can dunk better than most people who stand a foot taller than him, and we have the video proof.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Cole Beasley had a great game Saturday against the Chargers, 7 catches for 104 yards.
His last catch on the Cowboys' final drive, he was tackled at the 8-yard line. After a quick spike to down the ball, Beasley made his way over to the sideline, trying to hold it in... Watch:
Beasley explained to ESPNDallas.com what happened:
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Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley let loose during Dallas’ preseason game against the Chargers on Saturday night. And by let loose, we mean he vomited all over as he was coming off the field in the fourth quarter.
It was nice of Dez Bryant to offer him a helping hand, but we can’t blame him for backing away. Nobody wants a piece of that. And no truth to the rumor that Beasley...