Dallas Cowboy’s WR Cole Beasley took to Twitter last night to air out some frustrations. According to Beasley, the front office (i.e., Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones) dictate the target share in Dallas.
Beasley has been with Dallas for seven seasons, and caught 65 passes for 672 yards and three touchdowns in 2018. But, his target share dipped after the team traded for Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders. Beasley was fourth on the team in targets Week 9 on, behind Cooper, Ezekiel Elliott, and rookie Michael Gallup.
Beasley, who is due to become a free agent this March, also said his role will be more important than money to him moving forward.
I can’t wait to see him blowup next season on the New England Patriots.