WR - FA
Cole Beasley has been released by the Buffalo Bills.
After three seasons with the team, Buffalo has decided to move on from Beasley. He and Emmanuel Sanders are both now free agents, and that makes wide receiver a position of need for the Bills, as the team could use a third option after Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis. The team could target players like Justyn Ross or Chris Olave round 1 or go after a free agent like Juju Smith-Schuster. As for Beasley, he should see some interest as one of the better slot receivers in the NFL.
The Bills are allowing veteran wide receiver Cole Beasley to seek a trade.
In what is a somewhat-surprising move, Beasley's camp will begin looking for a trade to get him out of Buffalo. He has spent the last few seasons there, but now he will look to go somewhere else while he comes down the home stretch of his career. The door is still open for him returning to Buffalo, noted Bills GM Brandon Beane.
Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley hauled in six of eight targets for 60 yards against the Chiefs on Sunday evening.
It was a solid effort from Beasley, but it wasn't enough to propel Buffalo to victory over Kansas City. He's under contract for one more season, but the Bills could save some money if they choose to cut him before March 20th.
Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley hauled in his lone target for 19 yards against the Patriots on Saturday evening.
Buffalo scored seven touchdowns against New England, yet Beasley failed to get very involved. He's not an appealing DFS play this postseason.
Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley hauled in four of five targets for 31 yards against the Jets in Week 18.
This caps off a dull fantasy season from Beasley, who posted just one double-digit performance over the Bills' final nine games. Going forward, fantasy managers should temper expectations when it comes to the veteran slot receiver.
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