Beasley feels like he wasn't a priority.
When the season officially comes to an end, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley will become an unrestricted free agent, allowing him to go to whatever team he so chooses. On Tuesday though, Beasley turned a few heads as replied to a fan on Twitter, with some interesting comments on the Cowboys front office and how they choose to distribute the football. The reply was in relation to a question about Dallas firing their offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, according to ESPN.
"Honestly, the front office pushes who they want to get the ball to," Beasley explained. "I haven't been a huge priority in that regard. Maybe that will change but I'm not sure. More balls come my way in 2 minute drill where nothing is planned."
Beasley than clarified his comments yesterday, saying the Cowboys aren't the only team that does what he had originally said.
The Cowboys wide receiver also made sure to note that his comments don't mean he wants out of Dallas. He explained on Twitter that he is willing to play anywhere that wants his services on offense.
Beasley had three touchdowns this season, picking up 65 catches and 672 yards. The Cowboys were most recently eliminated from the playoffs in the NFC Divisional round against the Los Angeles Rams.