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News: DMN: Beasley in walking boot - MRI shows sprained ligaments

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  1. Hot_Toddy

    Hot_Toddy Active Member

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    Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley in a walking boot after MRI shows sprained ligaments in left foot
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    By Brandon George / Reporter
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    9:21 pm on August 10, 2013 | Permalink
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    OXNARD, Calif. — Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley had an MRI on his injured left foot Saturday that showed he had sprained ligaments and some bone bruising.

    Beasley was in a walking boot Saturday and is expected to miss some practice time this week, though no timetable has been set for his return.

    Read the rest: http://cowboysblog.dallasnews.com/2...i-shows-sprained-ligaments-in-left-foot.html/
  2. cwbyfan72

    cwbyfan72 Member

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    Danny Coale, time to see what you've got.
  3. Galian Beast

    Galian Beast Well-Known Member

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    What does this have to do with Danny Coale?
  4. Redball Express

    Redball Express All Aboard!!!

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    His roster spot..?
  5. cwbyfan72

    cwbyfan72 Member

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    Drafted in the 5th last year with high expectations from some folks and never saw the field. I would think he was ready to ball a bit....
  6. Galian Beast

    Galian Beast Well-Known Member

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    Danny Coale isn't making this roster, and certainly isn't going to make it in place of Cole Beasley.
  7. erod

    erod Well-Known Member

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    I just don't get the fascination with Beasley. He's a guy. With a seventh grade body.
  8. ninja

    ninja Numbnuts

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    I think Beasley would be a 750-1000 yd WR in NE's offense with Tom Brady throwing him the ball. Assuming he could stay healthy.
  9. danielofthesaints

    danielofthesaints Well-Known Member

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    He has a seventh grade body and has shown he can be relatively successful in the NFL. That's pretty fascinating right there. Thanks for pointing that out.
  10. erod

    erod Well-Known Member

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    He gets hurt when you tap him on the shoulder.
  11. DFWJC

    DFWJC Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    I know that wasn't for me.
    But I would very be careful in saying that someone's practice and preseason performance has proven that they can be relatively successful in the NFL.
    That has been proven wrong 100s of times already in the past.

    That does not mean we discount practice and preseason reps (the good and bad)....just that preseason and regular season are night and day regarding completion level, scheme, and intensity.
    Hope it works out.
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2013
  12. danielofthesaints

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    Well, if you take the few reps he's gotten in the regular season last year, I feel like he showed he could play the slot WR position rather well. It just sucks that it seems after 2 or 3 hits on him, he comes up limping and then we don't get to see him for another 3 games.
  13. CowboysYanksLakers

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    Beasley will be ok, he can be lethal in the slot!
  14. SilverStarCowboy

    SilverStarCowboy The Actualist

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    I don't get the infatuation with Beasley either. Rather have Coale warming the bench....Beasley gonna get hurt bad.
  15. chip_gilkey

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    I could very well be mistaken but I don't remember him having much of an injury history since he's been with the cowboys.
  16. Arkyvarminter

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    I really like Beasley due to what he's been able to do. He is very small and can dunk. He has to be ultra talented to be able to sniff an NFL club and get a little playing time. BUT, I don't think he is going to make it in this league. He may be the smallest player in the league. I know, I know, there are other guys as short as Beasley but they are thick, Beasley isn't. There is no way he can play a significant amount of time and stay healthy. That's just my opinion and I'm sure some will disagree.........
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  17. chagus

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    Hope Beasley can come back and contribute but on the other hand it would be GREAT TO FINALLY see what Coale can do!
  18. newlander

    newlander Well-Known Member

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    not at all bro....you are right on. This kid looks like an arena bowl player. Same kinda player as Amendola but smaller. Nice quicks, good routes, but he's a china doll. It's simple physics for crying out loud.
  19. erod

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    I say this respectfully, but I'm genuinely concerned for Beasley when I see him play. I could see him getting very seriously injured, the kind of injury you don't walk away from.

    He really does look like a young high school kid out there. I don't think I've ever seen an NFL player built so frail as him, especially this day and age.

    Welker and Amendola are powerfully built for small guys; Beasley just looks like a toothpick.
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  20. Bungarian

    Bungarian Butt Monkey

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    Didn't he quit last camp then come back? Nothing to do with him playing I just wondered.

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