Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley surprised fans and analysts alike this week when he aired in-house business on social media.
Beasley, who has been fairly quiet both on and off the field during his career, appeared to take more of a Dez Bryant approach, when he sent the following tweet — apparently upset about his lack of targets this season.
He then followed that up with this.
Those tweets caused a bit of a firestorm, so Beasley attempted to clarify exactly what he was trying on say later on.
Notice that he did not apologize for what he said, but rather attempted to explain where he was coming from. It’s unclear if the tweets were unprovoked, or if his agent advised him to send them, as he’s set to hit free agency in the spring.
As for exactly what Beasley said, it’s not really a huge surprise, as team owner Jerry Jones is more involved in football operations than any other owner in the league.