Beasley: Cowboys' front office 'pushes who they want to get the ball to'
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley doesn't appear thrilled with the game-planning role the team's front office took on during the 2018 season.

Beasley took to Twitter on Tuesday to discuss his pending free agency, hinting that he'd prioritize signing with a team that would target him more. He also took a shot at the Cowboys' upper management.

Beasley, whose contract expires in March, finished second on the team in targets (87) and receptions (65) during the regular season.

His usage, however, dipped slightly after the Cowboys acquired Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders. The veteran was targeted 43 times from Week 9 onward, which placed him fourth on the team behind Cooper, Ezekiel Elliott, and rookie Michael Gallup.

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