Cole Beasley, the wide receiver who said in October that he was retiring, is signing with the Bills’ practice squad.
The Bills released Beasley in March and he was out of the NFL for the entire offseason before signing with the Buccaneers in September. He lasted in Tampa Bay only long enough to play two games and catch four passes, and he then said he was retiring and was released by the Bucs.
But he apparently has decided to give it another try, on a Bills team he knows well, for a chance to win a Super Bowl.
A reunion in Buffalo: WR Cole Beasley is coming out of retirement and expected to sign with the #Bills’ practice squad, sources say. After a brief stint with the #Buccaneers earlier this season, Beasley returns to Orchard Park to provide Josh Allen with another trusted target. pic.twitter.com/6ii8dDVwD1
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) December 13, 2022
Cole Beasley is unretiring and is expected to sign with the Bills, per @MikeGarafolo pic.twitter.com/fTFPfVm8fz
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 13, 2022