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SportsDay 4 hours ago
Dak Prescott's take on a Cowboys WR who could surprise this season; Ezekiel Elliott's maturity

Dak Prescott's take on a Cowboys WR who could surprise this season; Ezekiel Elliott's maturity

What kind of production will the Cowboys get from their wide receivers in 2018?With so many new pieces, it's one of the biggest mysteries entering training camp. We saw glimpses of the first-team offense during organized team activities and minicamp, but not enough to definitively know what the rotation will look like or who will lead the team in targets.Of that group, Cole Beasley has had the most success working with Dak Prescott on Sundays. So it's not a surprise that he was the player Prescott named Wednesday when asked for a receiver who could surprise in 2018."I expect him to be an...
Fox Sports 16 hours ago
Cowboys stress numbers over No. 1 at receiver without Bryant

Cowboys stress numbers over No. 1 at receiver without Bryant

FRISCO, Texas (AP) Cole Beasley doesn't need a lot of prodding to bring up how much he thinks outsiders will overlook Dallas receivers now that the Cowboys have moved on from Dez Bryant.
www.bostonherald.com 16 hours ago
Cowboys stress numbers over No. 1 at receiver without Dez Bryant

Cowboys stress numbers over No. 1 at receiver without Dez Bryant

FRISCO, Texas — Cole Beasley doesnt need a lot of prodding to bring up how much he thinks outsiders will overlook Dallas receivers now that the Cowboys have moved on from Dez Bryant.The new dean of the group sees opportunity rather than uncertainty at a position that lacks a big name, and the history of big production that usually goes with it.Dallas isnt necessarily looking for a new No. 1 receiver while also trying to replace 15-year tight end Jason Witten, who retired as the franchise leader in catches and yards. Headlined by holdovers Beasley and Terrance Williams and newcomers Allen...
Blogging The Boys Jun 19, 2018
Cowboys news: Why Cowboys feel good about their receiving corps

Cowboys news: Why Cowboys feel good about their receiving corps

And who will be the next Ring of Honor member? Jerry Jones feeling better and better about Dak Prescott, receiving corps – Charean Williams, ProFootballTalkPer Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jones said he wakes up every day feeling “better and better” about Prescott. Here’s why: Jones, though, believes that the biggest addition is new receivers coach Sanjay Lal. Receiver Cole Beasley praised Lal last week, saying “it just feels like this is the first time I’m being taught how to actually run routes instead of just naturally doing them.” “If you do right, Dak...
Blogging The Boys Jun 17, 2018
Cowboys insiders name three early favorite receiving targets for QB Dak Prescott

Cowboys insiders name three early favorite receiving targets for QB Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott’s mission is to create a more efficient passing offense, three guys have stood out thus far. The Cowboys passing game has been a popular discussion topic this offseason but such is the case when one area receives such a huge face lift. Only four players at both tight end and receiver can say they have caught a pass in the regular season from Dak Prescott. Those lucky few are Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Geoff Swaim, and Noah Brown. Four pass catchers out of the 20 on the roster? To say this roster has seen some turnover would be an “understatement of the year”...
Blogging The Boys Jun 17, 2018
Under Sanjay Lal’s direction, the Cowboys Cole Beasley could see a contract extension in his future

Under Sanjay Lal’s direction, the Cowboys Cole Beasley could see a contract extension in his future

Could Beasley have a breakout season in 2018? The Dallas Cowboys are having open auditions for the role of the team’s number one wide receiver. Okay, so maybe it’s not open as it’s limited to a selected group of players, but as it stands now - the role of Dak Prescott’s favorite target is still up for grabs. With Dez Bryant gone and now playing for the [enter new team here when it finally happens], Brice Butler moving out to the desert, and Ryan Switzer heading to the California bay to play for the Oakland Raiders - the wideout group has been remodeled. Free agents Allen Hurns and...
SportsDay Jun 15, 2018
Some under-the-radar players who could play themselves into spots on the Cowboys' roster

Some under-the-radar players who could play themselves into spots on the Cowboys' roster

Jon Machota, Cowboys beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answered questions about the team during a live chat Friday. Here are some highlights.What is the biggest unsolved mystery of this team right now?Jon Machota: It has to be the wide receiver group. Not only is it difficult to predict which six will make the final roster, but no one knows what the starting lineup or rotation will look like at the position come Week 1. The first-team combinations throughout OTAs and minicamp have been everything from Cole Beasley, Michael Gallup and Allen Hurns on the field...
ClutchPoints Jun 13, 2018

Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley shooting for bounce-back season

Cole Beasley is just two years removed as the Dallas Cowboys leading receiver, but last year was a trying one. He finished the season catching only 36 passes for 314 yards. Everyone was expecting big things from one of the fan favorites and no one was more disappointed in Beasley’s play than himself. “It was […] The post Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley shooting for bounce-back season appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SportsDay Jun 12, 2018
After 'frustrating' 2017, Cole Beasley sees hungry Cowboys WR group motivated to 'prove a lot of people wrong'

After 'frustrating' 2017, Cole Beasley sees hungry Cowboys WR group motivated to 'prove a lot of people wrong'

FRISCO -- Cole Beasley acknowledged Tuesday that the 2017 season was "very frustrating" for him.A year after having the best season of his career, the veteran receiver turned in one of his worst. His receptions total dipped from 75 to 36. His receiving yards went from 833 to 314. Entering his seventh season, Beasley is confident he'll have a bounce-back year."I don't see why not," he said. "I've been working as hard as ever. I think last season was a good thing for all of us. It added like a hunger to our group. A lot of people pushed us to the side this offseason and they're sleeping on us,...
SportsDay Jun 12, 2018
New Cowboys WRs coach Sanjay Lal says Cole Beasley will change the 'demeanor' of his route running; Beasley explains what that means

New Cowboys WRs coach Sanjay Lal says Cole Beasley will change the 'demeanor' of his route running; Beasley explains what that means

FRISCO -- A few weeks ago, new Cowboys receivers coach Sanjay Lal said receiver Cole Beasley was excited about some changes he has in store for him this season.Pushed about those changes, Lal declined to get into specifics but said that he planned to change "the demeanor" in Beasley's route running.Beasley was asked Tuesday, the start of the Cowboys' three-day mini-camp at The Star, what exactly that means."Just really flying off the ball," Beasley said. "I've been real patient at the line a lot in my career. And now there are things that I need to do to have change-ups, if you will, and...
SportsDay Jun 8, 2018
Who is the real Cole Beasley? How family reconciles Cowboys WR with the dad, son, hunter off the field

Who is the real Cole Beasley? How family reconciles Cowboys WR with the dad, son, hunter off the field

Editor's note: This was originally published on Oct. 14, 2017.His tweet came at 9:05 a.m. on Jan. 16, just 14 hours after he and his Cowboys teammates were gut-punched by Green Bay 34-31 in a divisional playoff game at AT&T Stadium.Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley's social media followers are accustomed to his offbeat and sometimes, ahem, saucy tweets. But this deeply personal one tugged mourning Cowboys fans' heartstrings.Within minutes, timelines around the country were filled with retweets and mentions of Beasley's post -- a photo of his newborn son, Everett, with a short caption that...
Blogging The Boys Jun 1, 2018
Cedrick Wilson has picked up the Cowboys offense quickly

Cedrick Wilson has picked up the Cowboys offense quickly

One of the rookie wide receivers has impressed early on. When the Cowboys brought in Sanjay Lal to be their new receivers coach much was made about him being a teacher. There was a sense of stagnation when it came to the receivers over the course of 2017. Dez Bryant didn’t eclipse 100 yards once, Terrance Williams didn’t catch a touchdown, and Cole Beasley failed to have a game with more than four receptions. Coach Lal will be tasked with improving this group, although the group itself is significantly different. Gone are Dez, Brice Butler, and Ryan Switzer. New names like Allen Hurns,...
Blogging The Boys May 31, 2018
Cowboys are apparently working Cole Beasley on the outside during OTAs

Cowboys are apparently working Cole Beasley on the outside during OTAs

We think of Beasley as a slot guy, but could more be in store for him in 2018? Cole Beasley shaved his head again. We didn’t make a big deal out of this, but we needed to say it out loud at least. There’s other things we need to discuss regarding Cole, though. Beasley has done a lot this season, including dropping an album and shaving his head, but he might be doing more come regular season time. Beasley’s role on the team is often relegated to simply being their slot receiver, but he’s obviously more than that. We’ve seen him get special teams work before and do other things,...
SportsDay May 25, 2018
'All the motivation I need': What you can expect from Cowboys' fired-up WR corps in 2018

'All the motivation I need': What you can expect from Cowboys' fired-up WR corps in 2018

FRISCO -- For the first time in over five years, the Cowboys receiving corps looks drastically different entering a season. The sight had become so familiar -- Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, and in recent years Brice Butler -- working through receiving drills on the practice fields.During organized team activities Wednesday, the first of the offseason practices open to the media, the group required heavy use of a roster to aid recognition, aside from Beasley and second-year player Noah Brown. Of note: No. 13 Michael Gallup, the third-round draft pick. No. 15 Deonte Thompson, a...
SportsDay May 23, 2018
Cowboys' overhauled receiving corps aware of underwhelming predictions for 2018

Cowboys' overhauled receiving corps aware of underwhelming predictions for 2018

FRISCO - For the first time in over five years, the Cowboys receiving corps looks drastically different entering a season. The sight had become so familiar -- Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, and in recent years Brice Butler, working through receiving drills on the practice fields.During organized team activities Wednesday, the first of the offseason practices open to the media, the group required heavy use of a roster to aid recognition, aside from Beasley and second-year player Noah Brown. Of note: No. 13 Michael Gallup, the third-round draft pick. No. 15 Deonte Thompson, a free...

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