Cole Beasley became the only rookie free agent of 2012 to make Dallas’ roster out of training camp after finishing the preseason tied for the team lead with 10 catches and second with 144 yards. Beasley saw time in the regular season as the club’s slot receiver and on special teams units, playing in 10 games as a rookie, and caught 15 passes for 128 yards. He saw more playing time in his second season as he became a valuable asset to the offense in clutch situations, starting the first three games of his career and finishing with 39 catches for 368 yards with two touchdowns, playing in 14 games. Beasley emerged as a clutch receiver in 2014 as 26 (fourth on the team) of his 37 catches went for first downs, including 11 (third) on third or fourth down. Prior to the start of 2015 free agency, Beasley signed a four-year contract to keep him in Dallas through 2018. With injuries in the receiving corps in 2015, Beasley saw extended time, and had then career-bests in receptions (52), receiving yards (536) and touchdowns (five) - tops on the team. The 2016 season was a breakout of sorts for the slot receiver as he led the team in receptions (75) and yards (833) while placing second with five touchdowns - all career-highs. Hailing from nearby Little Elm, Texas and prepping collegiately in Dallas at Southern Methodist, Beasley returns in 2017 entrenched as the team’s third receiver and as a viable offensive weapon.
- Led the team in catches (75) and receiving yards (833) - both career-highs - while finishing second with a ca- reer-high tying five touchdowns.
- Had a team-best 51 receptions for first downs, including a team-best 22 on third downs.
- Was second on the team in catches (eight) and yards (65) in the opener against the N.Y. Giants (9/11).
- Started in a three-receiver set at Washington (9/18) and was second in catches (five) and yards (75). Had four first down receptions, including one on third down.
- Led the team with seven catches and was second with 73 yards in the win against Chicago (9/25).
- Had a career-long 47-yard catch to seal the game, finishing at San Francisco (10/2) with three catches for a team-high 66 yards. Credited with a rush on a lateral for seven yards - the first run of his career.
- Caught four passes for 53 yards with a 14-yard touchdown against Cincinnati (10/9), then led the team with six catches for 58 yards with two touchdowns - his fourth career multi-touchdown game - at Green Bay (10/16)
- In the overtime win against Philadelphia (10/30), caught four passes for 53 yards, including a 24-yarder on the game-winning drive. Also attempted his first career pass that fell incomplete.
- Caught five passes for 59 yards and a touchdown against Baltimore (11/20). Became the 30th player in team history to top 2,000 career receiving yards.
- Caught four passes for 45 yards and returned a punt for eight in the Divisional Playoffs against Green Bay (1/15/17).
- Led the team with a career-high five touchdowns, tied for second with 52 catches and finished third with 536 yards.
- Topped 100 career catches and 1,000 career receiving yards with four for 49 against Atlanta (9/27).
- Led the team at New Orleans (10/4) with six catches and was second with 62 yards.
- Had a career day against Philadelphia (11/8), posting career-highs in receptions (nine) and yards (112) with a career-high tying two touchdowns. Along with Dez Bryant’s 104 yards and Darren McFadden’s 117 rushing yards, it was the first time since 1999 the Cowboys posted two 100-yard receivers and a 100-yard rusher.
- In his 50th career game, caught one pass for 14 yards at Miami (11/22).
- Caught three passes for 25 yards at Green Bay (12/13) to give him a then career-best 42 catches on the year.
- Started in a three-receiver set against the N.Y. Jets (12/19) and caught three passes for 37 yards to establish a then single-season career-high with 454 yards.
- Caught five passes for 53 yards with a team-best two touchdowns in the finale against Washington (1/3/16).
- Tied for fourth on the team with 37 catches and four touchdowns and was fourth with 420 yards.
- In the opener against San Francisco (9/7), tied for the lead with four catches - all first downs - for 42 yards.
- Had two catches for 66 yards with a then career-long 45-yard catch for a touchdown on third down in the win at the N.Y. Giants (11/23).
- Caught three passes for 42 yards and a pair of touchdowns - his first multi-score game - in the Thursday night win at Chicago (12/4).
- In the NFC East clinching win over Indianapolis (12/21), caught two balls for 29 yards with a 24-yard touchdown.
- In the season-ending win at Washington (12/28), led the team with six catches for 57 yards.
- In his postseason debut in a Wild Card game against Detroit (1/4/15), caught four passes - three for first downs, one on third down - for 63 yards.
- Finished his second season with his first three career starts, playing in 14 games and catching 39 passes for 368 yards with two touchdowns and 10 punt returns for 68 yards.
- Made his season debut in the win over St. Louis (9/22) and caught one pass for seven yards and returned the first two punts of his career for 15 yards.
- Had his first career touchdown on a four-yard grab, finishing with four catches for 47 yards and the score against Denver (10/6).
- Had his first career start, opening as the third wideout, at Philadelphia (10/20) and caught six passes for 53 yards.
- Had one catch and returned his first career kickoff 11 yards at New Orleans (11/10).
- Played in 10 games as a reserve receiver in his first season and caught 15 passes for 128 yards.
- Made his NFL debut on offense and special teams at the N.Y. Giants (9/5) but did not record any stats.
- Played receiver in the fourth quarter against Chicago (10/1) and had his first career catches - two for 14 yards.
- Added one catch for eight yards against Cleveland (11/18) before finishing third on the team in receptions (seven) and fourth in yards (68) with a long of 20 yards on Thanksgiving Day against Washington (11/22).
- As a senior, started all 12 games he played and led SMU with 86 catches for 1,040 yards (second on the team) and a pair of touchdowns.
- Started all 14 games as a junior and named second-team All-Conference USA with 1,060 yards and six touch- downs on 87 catches - second in a season in school history.
- As a sophomore, played all 12 games with seven starts and was fourth on the squad with 40 catches, 493 yards and three touchdowns.
- Played in 11 games with seven starts as a freshman and finished third on the team with 42 catches for 366 yards and three touchdowns.
- Rushed for 1,184 yards and 12 touchdowns on 157 carries, passed for 1,570 yards and 12 touchdowns and picked off three passes on defense while at Little Elm High School.
- Selected as a district co-MVP.
- Majored in sociology while at SMU.
- 2012 Rookie Club presented by UnitedHealthcare.
- 2012-17 Dallas Cowboys U High School Camp.
- 2014 NFL Play 60 clinic, London, England.
- 2014 Fan Appreciation Pep Rally, London, England.
- 2015 Draft Day/Fan Appreciation Party.
- 2016 Thanksgiving Day Play 60 Camp/PSA.
- 2015-16 Dirk Nowitzki Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game.
- Annual Team Holiday Hospital Visits.
- Kickoff Luncheon and Dallas Cowboys Family Cookbook benefiting Happy Hill Farm.
- Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas.
- Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas Program.