AFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
4-2-0 13-3-0
3-3-0 9-8-0
3-3-0 8-9-0
2-4-0 7-10-0

2022 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 6 35 5.8 0 9
Post Season 5 68 13.6 1 29

Top Cole Beasley News

  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Finds paydirt in wild-card round

    Beasley brought in two of five targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-31 wild-card victory over the Dolphins.

    Making his third appearance for Buffalo since ending his brief retirement and joining the Bills' practice squad, Beasley saw his largest role to date in the postseason opener. Beasley and Khalil Shakir both played exactly 30 of the Bills' 72 offensive snaps, with the two wideouts splitting the No. 3 receiver role in place of Isaiah McKenzie (hamstring), who was inactive for the contest. Though Beasley had a costly drop in the contest in which the ball bounced off his chest and into the waiting arms of a Miami defender for an interception, the 33-year-old made up for it by scoring a go-ahead six-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Beasley may not have an opportunity to build on the performance in Sunday's divisional-round game against the Bengals, as McKenzie appears on track to play and could reclaim the No. 3 wideout role.

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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Joins active roster

    The Bills have signed Beasley to their active roster ahead of Sunday's playoff opener against the Dolphins.

    Beasley, who had been a member of the practice squad, will provide the Bills with added slot depth for the team's postseason run. In two regular-season contests with Buffalo, Beasley (who also saw action in two games with Tampa Bay) caught two passes for 18 yards. During the 2021 season with the team, the 33-year-old recorded an 82/693/1 stat line in 16 games, but at this stage he's not a high-percentage fantasy option while working alongside top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.

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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Elevated for MNF

    The Bills elevated Beasley from the practice squad to their active roster for Monday's matchup against Cincinnati, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Beasley will be active for a third straight game. He's caught his lone target for nine yards in both of his past two appearances, totaling 15 offensive snaps in those games. The veteran wideout figures to see a similar role during Monday Night Football.

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  • Cole Beasley: Lands back on practice squad

    Beasley was sent back down to the Bills' practice squad Monday.

    Beasley did catch his lone target for nine yards in Sunday's win, but the veteran played just six offensive snaps over the course of the game. Expect Beasley to be in consideration for another call in the coming weeks given his familiarity with the offense.

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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Up from practice squad

    Beasley has been elevated from the Bills' practice squad ahead of Saturday's game against the Bears.

    In last weekend's 32-29 win over the Dolphins, Beasley logged 11 of a possible 78 snaps on offense, catching his only target for nine yards. While it's possible the veteran slot man's role could increase in the coming weeks, he still has Isaiah McKenzie and Khalil Shakir to contend with for targets that don't go to Buffalo's top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.

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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Moves back to Bills' practice squad

    Beasley reverted to Buffalo's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Beasley came out of retirement to join the Bills' practice squad Tuesday, and he was activated for his first game back Saturday versus Miami. The 33-year-old went on to catch his lone target for nine yards, as he played the fifth-most offensive snaps (11) of Buffalo's five available wideouts Week 15. Beasley will now be available for two more elevations from the practice squad this season, so he'll likely continue to serve as the team's de facto No. 5 wideout so long as Jake Kumerow (ankle) and Jamison Crowder (ankle) remain on IR.

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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Suiting up after brief retirement

    Beasley is active for Saturday's game against the Dolphins.

    Despite coming out of retirement Tuesday, Beasley didn't need much time to reacclimate himself with the Bills offense, one that he worked within from 2019 through 2021. During that three-year run, he averaged 10.6 yards per catch and scored 11 touchdowns among his 231 receptions in 46 games. While Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis serve as Buffalo's top options at wide receiver, Beasley may be able to get in the mix along with Isaiah McKenzie and Khalil Shakir.

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  • Bills' Cole Beasley: Joins active roster for Week 15

    The Bills elevated Beasley from their practice squad ahead of Saturday's game versus the Dolphins.

    Beasley ended his retirement earlier this week and now will play with his second organization of the campaign after seeing action for the Buccaneers back in Weeks 3 and 4. This also marks his second stint in Buffalo, so he has all the familiarity one could want for such a late-season addition. In 2021, Beasley hauled in 82 of 112 targets for 693 yards (8.5 YPC, 6.2 YPT) and one touchdown in 16 games for the Bills.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-8, 174 lbs
Birthplace: Houston, TX
Age: 33
School: SMU
Experience: 11