In public, it’s not often that Cole Beasley gets recognized for what he is. Beasley, generously listed at 5-foot-8, 180 pounds, doesn’t look the part of an NFL player.
“I go under the radar,” Beasley said. “People don’t really think I’m a football player, because I’m so small. I blend in better than these big guys.
“I get, ‘You’re awfully small, man’ a lot...
When one looks at Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley, it’s hard not to think of him as a slot receiver.
At 5-foot-8 and 180 pounds, Beasley fits the profile of a player who makes his mark by catching passes on the inside in multiple wide receiver sets and he caught 39 passes out of that spot last season. The Cowboys would like to move Dez Bryant around the offense more often in...
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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:
Cowboys rookie receiver Cole Beasley had a breakout game Saturday night against the San Diego Chargers.
The undrafted rookie out of SMU is battling for a spot on the depth chart, and with the lack or receivers currently locking down a position with the club, performances like Saturday night are enough to get your noticed.
So is something odd that might happen on the sideline.
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...