Former Buccaneers' Wide Receiver Ends Brief Retirement

Written by Guddu

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Cole Beasley has found a new team after coming out of retirement.

Beasley initially joined the Buccaneers in September to provide depth at the position due to injuries.

However, he only appeared in two games for the team, catching just four passes for 17 yards.

Beasley initially said he resigned to spend more time with his family, but he later said the Buccaneers had too many offensive weapons.

Before joining the Buccaneers, Beasley spent three seasons with the Buffalo Bills.

In 2020, he had a breakout season, earning Second Team All-Pro honors with 82 catches for 967 yards.

Now, Beasley is returning to the Bills in hopes of winning a Super Bowl.

The Bills have a strong receiving corps, but lack a go-to player at the position outside of Stefon Diggs.

The timing of Beasley's return coincides with the Bills' late push for the Super Bowl.

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