Cole Beasley coming out of retirement to sign with Buffalo Bills

Cole Beasley called it a career earlier this season after two games with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he’s reportedly had a change of heart.

’s Mike Garafolo reported this morning that Beasley is coming out of retirement to sign with the Buffalo Bills for the stretch run. The team is adding Beasley to its practice squad.

Beasley played three seasons with the Bills after signing as a free agent in 2019. In 46 regular season games, Beasley had 231 receptions for 2,438 yards and 11 touchdowns. He was voted a second-team All Pro in 2020 with career highs in catches (82) and yards (967) while providing a reliable safety blanket for Josh Allen in the short passing game.

The Bills sit at 10-3 and atop the AFC and AFC East, but the passing offense has struggled in its last seven games. After a red-hot start, averaging 323 passing yards in their first six games, the Bills have averaged just 212 per game since. Allen threw two or more touchdowns in six of his first seven games but has done that only twice in the six games since.

Bills coach Sean McDermott said on Monday that there’s room for improvement when it comes to the Bills offense.

“I think there was definitely some things we did well, and we scored on four consecutive possessions against a very good (Jets) defense,” McDermott said while discussing his team’s Week 14 win over the New York Jets. “I think there’s definitely things you can take out of that game and say, ‘You know, we did some good things.’ But then obviously, from a needs improvement standpoint, there’s things we can work on for sure.”

The Bills recently signed veteran receiver John Brown to the practice squad and elevated him to play in the last two games. He played 15 snaps combined against the New England Patriots and the Jets. Beasley knows the system and could be an immediate call-up as early as Saturday against the Miami Dolphins in another critical AFC East game.




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