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|Real Name||Cole Dickson Beasley|
|Nickname||Young 2% Milk|
|Profession||American Football wide receiver|
|Date of Birth||26 April 1989|
|Age (as in 2021)||32 years|
|Birthplace||Dallas, Texas, US|
|Hometown||Dallas, Texas, US|
|Current Residence||Orchard park, NY|
|High School||Little Elm, Texas|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in feet inches- 5'8"
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 103 kg
in pounds- 277 lbs
|Current Team||Buffalo Bills|
|Awards & Achievements||Second-team All-Pro 2020
Second-team All-C-USA 2019
|Relationships & Affairs|
|Wife||Krystin Beasley [m. 2014]|
|Parents||Father- Mike Beasley
Mother- Danette Beasley
|Siblings||Brother- Shayne Beasley|
|Net Worth||$25 million|
|Contract||4 year, $29,000,000 contract with the Buffalo Bills|
Cole Beasley was born on 26 April 1989 in Dallas, Texas into a Christian family. His father is Mike Beasley and his mother is Danette Beasley. He also has a brother named, Krystin Beasley.
Relationship, Wife, and Affairs
He married Krystin Beasley in 2014 and has three children named Ace Beasley, Everett Beasley, and Joviie carter Beasley.
Beasley was an option quarterback at Little Elm High School, where he led the Lobos to consecutive UIL-4A playoff appearances.
He was named co-MVP of the district after running for 1,184 yards and 12 touchdowns and throwing for 1,570 yards and 12 touchdowns. Rivals.com classified him as a two-star prospect.
Beasley earned a scholarship to Southern Methodist University. He was converted to a wide receiver and started 11 games as a freshman, finishing third with 42 catches for 366 yards and three touchdowns.
As a sophomore, he started seven games, catching 40 passes for 493 yards and three touchdowns (fourth on the team). Since the so-called death sentence, the 2009 Hawaii Bowl would be SMU’s first bowl appearance.
He had 87 catches (second-most in a single season in school history), 1,060 yards, and six scores as a junior.
He had 86 catches for 1,040 yards and two touchdowns as a senior, second on the team.
Cole Beasley is 5 feet 8 inches (173 cm) tall and a fit sportsperson. He weighed nearly 174 lbs (79 kgs). His eye color is blue, and he has blonde hair.
Because of his size, Beasley went undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft and was signed by the Dallas Cowboys, who are from his hometown.
He unexpectedly quit during training camp, citing “personal reasons,” and even pondered retirement from professional football.
Beasley later changed heart and returned to the team, making the final 53-man roster. As a rookie, he participated in ten games and had 15 catches for 128 yards.
Beasley was able to be effective despite being surrounded by a strong, wide receiving corps, with the greatest completion % of any receiver in the NFL with more than ten targets.
Quarterback Tony Romo targeted him on third down, especially in vast formations. Much of this was owed to Beasley’s excellent route-running skills.
He hauled in 39 passes for 368 yards and two scores. He also had ten punt returns for 68 yards and one kickoff return for 11 yards.
Beasley finished fourth with 37 catches, 420 yards, and four touchdowns. During the season’s final six games, he averaged nearly 50 yards per game.
He had four catches for 63 yards and three first downs in the Wild Card playoff win over the Detroit Lions, and he also recovered a crucial Romo fumble.
Beasley was re-signed by the Cowboys on March 3 for another four years at a total cost of $13.6 million.
Despite playing with four different starting quarterbacks with differing degrees of expertise of the club’s playbook, top receiver Dez Bryant concluded the season with 52 catches (tied for second on the team) for 537 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns (leading the team).
Due to his ball security skills, he was employed to fill in as a punt returner at the start of the season.
After subpar return averages and a costly muffed punt defeat from the New York Giants, he was finally replaced by rookie Lucky Whitehead.
On 98 targets, Beasley set career highs in receptions and yards with 75 catches for 833 yards and five touchdowns. In 2016, he was second among NFL wide receivers with a 76.5 percent catch rate.
Beasley concluded the 2017 season with 36 catches for 314 yards and four receiving touchdowns.
In a 16–8 defeat to the Carolina Panthers, Beasley opened the 2018 season with seven receptions for 73 yards.
In a 40–7 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6, he had nine receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns.
During the 2018 season, he had 65 catches for 672 yards and three touchdowns. The Cowboys won the NFC East and will play as the #4 seed in the NFC Playoffs.
In the Wild Card Round, Beasley had three receptions for 28 yards in a 24–22 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.  In the 30–22 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round, he had one reception for 15 yards.
Beasley signed a four-year, $29 million contract with the Buffalo Bills on March 13, 2019. Beasley grabbed his first touchdown reception with the Bills in a 31–21 win over the Miami Dolphins in Week 6.
On Thanksgiving Day in Week 13, against his previous club, the Dallas Cowboys, Beasley had 110 receiving yards, and a score as the Bills won 26–15.
During the 24–17 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 16, Beasley caught seven catches for 108 yards. Beasley concluded the 2019 season with 67 catches for 778 yards and six touchdowns on the ground.
On July 29, 2020, Beasley was put on the active/non-football injury list at the start of training camp. On August 12, he was reassigned to the active roster.
After setting career-highs with 82 catches and 967 receiving yards, Beasley was named second-team All-Pro.
He played through the 2020 playoffs with a partially broken fibula. In Buffalo’s Wild Card Round game against the Indianapolis Colts, Beasley caught seven passes for 57 yards.
Beasley caught his first touchdown against the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football.
In August of 2021, Beasley was placed in a COVID-19 safety protocol after testing positive for the virus. Beasley finished with 88 receiving yards on seven receptions in the 34-31 loss.
Cole Beasley possesses a net worth of nearly $25 million. He signed a four years contract with Buffalo Bills worth $29,000,000. His average annual salary is $7,250,000. Read more about his salary from here.
Interesting Facts about Cole Beasley
- He used to play as a quarterback during his high school in Dallas.
- He has a pre-game ritual that he pukes before that game, and according to him, it makes him feel lighter.
- Beasley’s No. 11 has been retired by Little Elm High School.
- Beasley left Cowboys training camp for a couple of days in 2012 for personal reasons and considered quitting.