Tom Brady ‘pushes’ desperate Buccaneers into signing Cole Beasley

Cole Beasley has discovered a brand new house.

The previous Payments extensive receiver, 33, is being added to the Buccaneers’ observe squad, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported Tuesday morning, “with the expectation he’ll be elevated to the lively roster quickly,” in accordance with a supply.

Beasley, who spent the previous three seasons in Buffalo, is alleged to have been on Tom Brady’s “radar” for a while now, and that the 45-year-old quarterback “pushed” the Buccaneers to “herald one other veteran go catcher,” per Garafolo.

In what was his last 12 months in Buffalo, Beasley had 82 receptions for 693 yards and one landing through the 2021 common season. He was launched by the Payments in March, the identical month he was granted permission to hunt a commerce.

Cole Beasley runs with the ball throughout a Payments recreation in Dec. 2019.
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Tom Brady warms up ahead of the Buccaneers-Saints game on Sept. 18, 2022.
Tom Brady warms up forward of the Buccaneers-Saints recreation on Sept. 18, 2022.
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Beasley’s tenure in Buffalo wasn’t with out drama, nevertheless, as he was additionally vocal on social media concerning his determination to not get vaccinated towards COVID-19.

Ought to Beasley be elevated to the lively roster sooner fairly than later, he might function a right away asset to Brady, who has lacked a few of his offensive weapons as of late. Julio Jones was sidelined in Week 2 with a knee injury, and veteran wideout Mike Evans was ejected in Sunday’s win over the Saints after a skirmish with New Orleans cornerback Marshon Lattimore. Evans has since been suspended for one recreation.

The Buccaneers host the Packers on Sunday afternoon.

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