Going into his fourth season, Dallas Cowboys receiver and Cole Beasley has become a highly valued part of the passing game.
The team made that much known this offseason when they gave him a four-year extension worth $13.6 million, $7.3 million of which is guaranteed money.
Beasley announced his presence earlier in his career by becoming a sort of third-down security blanket for Tony Romo. Now, he’s much more than that, but he still wants to go beyond what he and Romo have become known for to this point, to expand his route tree.
“I’ve always been comfortable with Tony,” Beasley said, per the Dallas Morning News. “Now it’s just building more of a route tree pretty much. We’ve always had the routes that we’ve been good at and just kind of left it at that the past three years. Hopefully we can build on some more things and I can add to the inventory and get some more routes so we can build a connection with those.”