Report: Bills Expected to Sign Veteran Receiver Out of Retirement for Playoff Run

Report: Bills Expected to Sign Veteran Receiver Out of Retirement for Playoff Run

Wide receiverCole BeasleyExpected to sign with the club upon his retirement.BillsThis makes it possible to have a Buffalo reunion. According to Mike Garafolo, NFL Network.

Beasley, a veteran of 11 years, Played with Tom Brady and the Buccaneers before In the 2022 season. He lasted just two games Before announcing his retirement Oct. 5, 2009: “It’s time for a full-time father and husband.”

Beasley will be reunited with his former teammates in Buffalo after two months of rest. Garafolo reports the 33-year old wide receiver will sign with the Bills practice team, providing Josh Allen with another reliable pass catcher for their playoff run.

Beasley played for the Bills three seasons prior, from 2019 to ’21. He had some of his most productive years, including a career-high of 82 receptions with 693 yards and one touchdown during the ’21 campaign.

Buffalo He was released in March Before the end of his contract’s final year.

Beasley was an undrafted free agent from SMU. He began his NFL career in Dallas where he played for the Cowboys for seven seasons. In 11 seasons, he has 554 receptions for 5,726 yard and 34 touchdowns. He also averaged 10.3 yards per catch over 151 games.

It is not yet clear if Beasley will be activated in the Bills’ (10-33) Week 14 match against the Dolphins (8-5). Kickoff between the rivals in AFC East is scheduled for 8 :15 p.m. ET, which leaves Buffalo with just five days to make a decision about its new receiver.

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