Cole Beasley retires from the NFL two weeks after joining Tom Brady

Cole Beasley embodies the popular Abraham Simpson GIF.

Just two weeks after joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Beasley retired from the NFL at the age of 33.

“He’s ready to be with his family after playing for 11 seasons and it’s time to be a full-time father and husband,” Beasley’s agent Justin Turner said. Told NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo and Tom Pelissero.

“He’s over”, Beasley’s agents said to Aaron Wilson of the Pro Football network. “He gets back on a plane and goes home. He grew from a kid no all-star game wanted. We really appreciate all the teams he played for.

“He’s an incredibly wonderful human being, a great football player and an even better husband and father. He hasn’t been able to be a full-time dad in a while. The game weighs on you.

Cole Beasley, seen here playing against the Chiefs on Sunday, retired from the NFL two weeks after signing with the Buccaneers.
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Beasley joined a 2-0 Tampa Bay team that has since lost to the Packers and Chiefs to fall to 2-2.

In the two games with Brady and the Bucs, Beasley had a total of four catches for 17 yards.

When he joined the Bucs, Beasley told reporters“You know, I’ve wanted to play with Brady for a long time, so that’s exciting for me. [I’m] excited for the opportunity, and just ready to get back to it. As humbling as an experiment, to wait so long [to sign with a team]this is the first time I have never been to a camp… I have a lot of catching up to do.

Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady throws a pass against the Chiefs on October 2, 2022.
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady throws a pass against the Chiefs on October 2, 2022.
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Beasley also told reporters that he first connected with Brady through direct messages on Instagram.

After the Packers game last week, in which Beasley had three catches, Brady said, “He did a good job for us in a short week. We just have to keep improving.

Beasley joined the Cowboys in 2012 as an undrafted free agent and spent seven years in Dallas before playing three seasons for the Buffalo Bills.

During his career, he caught 554 passes for 5,726 yards and 34 touchdowns in 151 regular season games.

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