“There’s no way to measure [Cole] Beasley by what you see,” says assistant coach Rich Bisaccia.
“There’s no way to measure [Cole] Beasley by what you see,” says assistant coach Rich Bisaccia. Paul Moseley S-T
“There’s no way to measure [Cole] Beasley by what you see,” says assistant coach Rich Bisaccia. Paul Moseley S-T

Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley stands tall despite his size

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