Dallas Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley has been missing practices and will continue to stay sidelined at this time until his hamstring tendinitis goes away. Beasley revealed he’s been dealing with this issue since Week 10 of last season, per Brandon George of Dallas SportsDay.
That’s a seven month problem that could be a big reason why the Cowboys drafted Ryan Switzer — a Beasley clone who’s drawing rave reviews — in the fourth round this year.
“(Doctors) say they’ve had guys with an injury like this before and it’s nagged them for a long time and it just went away,” said Beasley. “So it’s kind of like a waiting game. If it doesn’t go away, I can play through it.”
Beasley also said if there were a game today he could play in it. That said, this is a troubling development that we’ll be tracking in the months to come.
Last year, he became a main weapon for then rookie quarterback Dak Prescott. The two of them developed a nice rapport, which led to 75 receptions for 833 yards and five touchdowns.