The New York Giants held a collection of practices on Friday and amongst these at East Rutherford was veteran receiver Cole Beasley. And it seems he will not be leaving city.
The Giants introduced that they had signed Beasley earlier than coaching camp, including them to their horde of receivers.
With the Giants, Beasley will reunite with basic supervisor Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll. It comes after the duo tried to signal Beasley final season.
Beasley, 34, was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted rookie free agent from SMU in 2012. After seven seasons at Arlington, he joined the Payments in 2019 and spent three seasons there earlier than splitting his time between Buffalo and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers final season.
In 153 profession video games (51 begins), Beasley had 556 receptions for five,744 yards and 34 touchdowns, including seven speeding yards, 19 yards on kick returns, and 220 yards as a punt returner. He earned a 62.2 Professional Soccer Focus ranking in 2022 together with his profession finest in 2016 (87.2).
Beasley achieved a PFF ranking of 84.9 simply two years in the past.
With the Giants, Beasley joins a deep slot group that additionally contains Parris Campbell, Sterling Shepard, Wan’Dale Robinson and Jamison Crowder. Nevertheless, it’s doable that Shepard (ACL) and Robinson (ACL) will begin the season on the bodily unable to carry out (PUP) record.
Along with Beasley, the Giants additionally welcomed linebackers Nick Vigil and Sam Eguavoen, defensive linemen Brandin Bryant and RJ McIntosh, cornerback Nevelle Clarke, quarterback Jake Luton and huge receivers Justin Marshall and Milton Wright for practices.