Cole Beasley reflects on decision to leave Cowboys for Bills
Beasley spent the first seven years of his career in his native Texas playing for the Cowboys before opting to sign a four-year deal with Buffalo this offseason. He says there are no hard feelings between him and his former team, via Jon Machota of The Athletic:
“There’s no ill will or anything. I still think I made the right decision. It was the best move for me and I don’t regret it one bit. I’ve had a blast with these guys.”
It is encouraging to see that Beasley has no regrets about such a career-defining decision. Fortunately, it is safe to say that the move has worked out rather well for him so far.
Beasley has etched out an integral role for himself as a viable option in the passing game for quarterback Josh Allen. He has hauled in 49 catches for 525 yards and 4 touchdowns through 11 games. this puts him on pace to potentially reach a few career-highs in just his first season in Buffalo.
More importantly, the Bills have managed to get off to an impressive 8-3 start and are in control of their own playoff destiny heading into the final stretch of the 2019 NFL season. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are still struggling to take control of their lackluster division.
While Beasley may not have any ill will towards his former team, there is no question that a win this week would mean a little extra for him.