WR - BUF
The Buffalo Bills have signed Cole Beasley from their practice squad to their active roster.
Beasley will give the Bills another option in the passing game when they take on the Dolphins in the first round of the playoffs. The 33-year-old veteran tallied 35 yards and six receptions during the regular season in four games with Buffalo and Tampa Bay.
Cole Beasley has been elevated to the active roster for Monday's game against the Bengals.
Beasley has caught just one pass each of the past two weeks. He is well off the fantasy radar.
Cole Beasley caught one pass for nine yards in the Bills' 35-13 win over the Chicago Bears.
Beasley was added to the team's practice squad over a week ago and was elevated for Saturday's game. He only played a depth role, and he caught just one pass on the course of the day. He's an effective real-life addition for Buffalo, but his presence doesn't mean much for fantasy mangers.
The Buffalo Bills have elevated WR Cole Beasley to their active roster for their Week 16 matchup with the Chicago Bears
Beasley was elevated in Week 15 by the Bills to play but only saw one target for a 9-yard catch. Beasley will likely continue to see a limited role in a busy Bills' passing game, though he will be active for his second game in a row. He does not need to be on any fantasy rosters for the fantasy playoffs right now.
Cole Beasley is active for Week 15 and will play against the Miami Dolphins Saturday night.
Beasley will be hard to trust after ending his retirement and re-joining the Buffalo Bills earlier in the week, but the veteran wideout should see some work in the slot along with Isaiah McKenzie.
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