Cole Beasley to leave Dallas Cowboys

Lynette Rowe
March 13, 2019

Not Antonio Brown, but rather John Brown.

Brown played in all 16 games with the Baltimore Ravens a year ago, starting 15 and he managed to rack up 42 catches for 715 yards and five touchdowns. "We all know Josh Allen would utilize him via the deep ball".

Brown, 28, spent last season with the Baltimore Ravens, hauling in 42 passes for 715 yards and five touchdowns. However, his numbers took a serious hit once Lamar Jackson became the Ravens' starting quarterback over Joe Flacco.

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The Bills on Tuesday also agreed to terms with Cole Beasley, the productive slot receiver of the Dallas Cowboys for the past seven seasons.

Buffalo was in desperate need of a significant upgrade to its pass-catching ranks this off-season. Even though the Bills got faster and better in that department with the moves they made as the season went on, they still need to add another legitimate option to get down the field.

The NFL Network was the first to report that Beasley is set to ink contract worth $29 million over the next four seasons. The terms of the deal are reportedly for three years and $27 million with just $11.7 million in guaranteed money. He was signed by the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2012.

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