Wide receiver Cole Beasley says he picked Bills over Patriots

Sports Sturm’s Weekend Riffing Why all is quiet on Cowboys front and which DFW team has brightest future

Sports Sturm’s Weekend Riffing Why all is quiet on Cowboys front and which DFW team has brightest future

Cole Beasley said during his introductory news conference with the Buffalo Bills that the Patriots were one of the teams vying for his services.

Austin, the all-purpose player who was advertised as a major part of the Cowboys' offense but ended up with just eight catches and six carries last season, is signing a new deal to remain with the Cowboys, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

The 310-pound Covington, who played the last four years with the Houston Texans, was signed to bolster depth on the defensive line. He will join a revamped offense which includes newly-signed receivers John Brown and Andre Roberts, all acquired to help quarterback Josh Allen in his second season.

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While teams across the National Football League are making it rain with big money free agent moves, the Dallas Cowboys continued their trickle up economics to team improvement with the signings of two backups - receiver Tavon Austin and defensive lineman Christian Covington.

Given their obvious preferences in the passing game, New England's interest in Beasley should be anything but a shock.

While the 28-year-old's heart is in its right place, his heart should also be cautious about gobbling down one too many wings to keep his speed on the field in check. In 2016, Beasley posted career-high totals in receptions (75) and receiving yards (833), while hauling in five touchdowns.

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