Cole Beasley Continues To Show His Bitterness By Continuing To Trash The Dallas Cowboys

Back in March, it was announced that the Buffalo Bills signed Cole Beasley to a 4-year deal after he put up 65 catches for 672 yards and three touchdowns last year for the Cowboys.

Ever since he departed from Arlington, he’s been taking a few shots at a franchise he claims didn’t really appreciate him during his time there and showed as much by not re-signing him.

He’s been taking shots at them ever since.

Following a post about appreciating his time in Dallas, a fan replied and told Beasley that he made a big mistake because the Bills “can’t – won’t win.”

That’s when Beasley made it known he didn’t win with the Cowboys either.

He then disrespected former Cowboys QB Tony Romo and current QB Dak Prescott with his praise of Josh Allen just last week

“Dude’s a heck of an athlete. Might be the best athlete I’ve ever played with at quarterback.”

His latest shot comes way of pointing out the Buffalo Bills is a franchise that needs to put on a show and are all about football, a clear shot at the Cowboys who are the most polarizing franchise in the entire league.

Via The Athletic:

“I’m just glad to be here. Where it’s 100 percent about ball and not a show or a brand. It’s purer here. I’m proud to be part of something like that.”

Beasley is clearly bitter about not being treated as if he was important, but it’s time to take that fire he has inside his belly and deliver on the field to make the Cowboys know they made a mistake by not bringing him back.