Free agents are finding new homes very fast this offseason, and Cole Beasley is the latest to join that movement. After spending years with the Dallas Cowboys, the slot receiver is heading to the Buffalo Bills.
Beasley has been in Dallas since 2012 and quickly became a fan favorite. Now, he’ll try to develop a strong bond with Josh Allen for the foreseeable future.
The Bills gave Beasley a lucrative offer worth $29 million over the next four seasons. However, only $14.4 million is guaranteed from that deal.
His time in Dallas ran its course, but the shifty pass-catcher clearly still appreciates all the moments he shared. Beasley went on Twitter to post a heartfelt message to his fans as he gets ready for his next chapter.
Check it out:
I’ll always love #cowboynation and I appreciate the time we have had together. Thanks to the jones family for giving me a shot. Excited for this new journey. Can’t wait to get started in Buffalo. Let’s go! #BillsMafia
— Cole Beasley (@Bease11) March 12, 2019
The veteran wideout had 65 receptions for 672 yards in 2018.
He became a reliable target for Dak Prescott the past few seasons, and even Tony Romo found great success with the Southern Methodist product.
With his seven-year career with the Cowboys over, the Bills will try to get the best out of Beasley.
Dallas did lose its best wideout in the slot, but it still has enough weapons on offense with Amari Cooper, Ezekiel Elliott and Michael Gallup.