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OXNARD, CA (CBSDFW.COM) - Rookie wide receiver Cole Beasley – an offseason sensation for the Dallas Cowboys as an undersized wide receiver who as a Little Elm kid and an SMU product has always dreamed of playing for America’s Team — did not attend the team’s afternoon training camp practice and is explaining to 105.3 The Fan that he’s dealing with “personal stuff.”
“I’ve got a lot of personal stuff going on right now,” Beasley said in an exclusive interview with us. A source inside the organization tells 105.3 The Fan that the club is attempting to “talk him out of quitting football.”
Beasley, 5-8 and 177 pounds, went undrafted due to his lack of size. But the Cowboys are a team with a roster vacancy for a backup receiver, and in the first few days of camp, Beasley looked capable of winning a job.
This is a developing story – listen to 105.3 The Fan for the latest details.
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