Veteran NFL wide receiver Cole Beasley is coming out of retirement to join his old team, just months after ending his career following a two-game season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
the buffalo bills announced Tuesday that they have signed Beasley to the practice squad, reuniting him with quarterback Josh Allen after three seasons together (2019-2021).
According to the nfl Network, Beasley is expected to be elevated to the game day roster.
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Beasley spent the first seven years of his career with the Dallas Cowboys, whom he joined as an undrafted free agent from SMU in 2012. After three seasons, he was released by the Bills in March before signing with the Bucs’ practice squad on September 20.
Appeared in two games for Tampa Bay where he passed four or five for 17 yards before announcing his retirement.
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The Bills have been one of three teams, including the Cowboys and New York Giants, courting NFL free agent Odell Beckham Jr. Beasley’s signing follows the Cowboys’ decision to sign Indianapolis Colts wide receiver TY Hilton on Monday.
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Beckham spent two days with the Cowboys last week, but no offer was made. He declined to discuss his visit, but said after he left that he would not play in the regular season.
Both roster moves seem to point to a need for wide receivers who can play this season.
Joe Morgan of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.