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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - SEPTEMBER 18: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in action against the New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome on September 18, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Ask, and you shall receive if you are Tom Brady! Tom Brady wanted Cole Beasley for the Buccaneers well before they signed him. As things start settling in after the Mike Evans fiasco, the Bucs have started to make some big moves in the meantime. several injuries have plagued the team outside of the suspension, and it’s only early in the season.

With the injuries of Chris Godwin and Julio Jones and the suspension of Mike Evans (though only for one game), the Bucs desperately need a Wide Out. According to sources, this signing is a request from Tom Brady himself. He has been asking for a Wide Out and looking at Beasley for some time. Beasley, who plays the Out 87% of the time, looks to be paired with Russel Gage and Godwin when he resumes play. Some believe Beasley’s strength to be his ability to get open and clear as well as be able to catch in tight corners. Brady is stacking his receivers up to be on par with his pass game.

Cole Beasley will join the practice squad, and we are hoping to elevate him to the active roster soon. Beasley spent the last three years playing for Buffalo after he spent 7 years in Dallas. Beasley has a total of 693 yards and 81 catches in 2021. Tom Brady wanted Cole Beasley, so there is a talent we have yet to see from this Wide Reciever. We could see his overall rate increase now with a S-Tier Quraterback behind him. [Source NFL]

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