WR - FA
Week 13 Outlook
Cole Beasley has been released from the Giants practice squad.
Beasley requested his release from the team this week. The 34-year-old receiver has spent most of the campaign on IR after playing in only four games between the Bills and Buccaneers last season.
Cole Beasley has been designated to return from IR and will have his 21-day practice window opened.
Beasley signed with the Giants earlier this offseason but hasn't played after being placed on IR before Week 1. Now his 21-day practice window is open, and it appears he will be healthy enough to make his return to the active roster soon. New York's receivers have not been effective at all this season, but it remains to be seen if the 34-year old veteran will be able to make a difference on this offense.
Cole Beasley, who recently signed with the Giants, has now been placed on IR, meaning he will miss at least the season's first four games.
Beasley's age (34) is a concerning factor when considering how likely he is to be a real contributor for the Giants this year. The long-time Cowboys and Bills wideout was attempting a comeback with former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, now the HC in New York. However, he will have to miss at least four games to begin the season.
The New York Giants have re-signed WR Cole Beasley to their practice squad.
Beasley was not expected to make the initial roster due to a leg injury that has bothered him recently. The veteran wide receiver is likely going to join the active roster at some point this season should another wide receiver suffer an injury.
Cole Beasley is not expected to make the initial 53-man roster for the Giants.
It is noted that Beasley will likely remain with the Giants' practice squad until he gets fully healthy. He is currently dealing with a leg injury and will need more time before he is ready for game action. It seems likely that he will be on an NFL roster at some point this season.