Cole Beasley Finally Signs With A New Team
Cole Beasley was released from the Bills in the spring with the hopes that he might be able to find another team in free agency. He finally found one - In September.
Cole Beasley came to The Bills as a hopeful free agent ready to make an impact on a championship team. Now, he finds himself in that position again. According to Mike Garafolo, the receiver has found a home in Tampa Bay.
The signing is pending on a physical.
Beasley has said that he was waiting for a perfect situation before he just signed with anyone. It would be hard to argue that he doesn't have that in Tampa Bay. As a receiver, catching passes from Tom Brady is about as perfect of a situation as you can get, and evidently, it's been Tom Brady who has been pushing to get him and other veteran receivers on his squad.
The signing is at a perfect time for the Bucs too. After a pretty big on-field fight last week involving star receiver Mike Evans that ended with a one-week suspension and a hamstring injury to Chris Godwin, they were about to be scraping the bottom of the barrel.
As it is right now, they are planning to sign Beasley to the practice squad with the hopes to elevate him quickly.
He was incredibly useful in Buffalo and was a bit of a safety outlet for Josh Allen. Now we have to wonder if we will get to see him in the Super Bowl. During the Monday Night Football game last night, they showed that the Bucs are now the favorite to win the big game with the Bills second likely.