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Offbeat Cole Beasley shades former Cowboys WR coach Derek Dooley

17:32  13 june  2018
17:32  13 june  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Time will tell if this assessment is true, of course, and a reported choice to walk away from wide receivers coach Derek Dooley does appear to Dooley joined the Cowboys in 2013 and was integral in helping develop wide receivers such as Cole Beasley and Dez Bryant to greatness, while Linehan

Derek Dooley is packing his bags and heading out of Dallas. Dooley joined the Cowboys in 2013 and was integral in helping develop wide receivers such as Cole Beasley and Dez The former Athletic Director of Louisiana Tech and head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers is now back where

Looks like Beasley has made a connection with his new receivers coach. © Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Looks like Beasley has made a connection with his new receivers coach.

Cole Beasley’s praise for his new wide receivers coach ended up casting a negative light upon the team’s former coach.

Beasley is raving about the Dallas Cowboys’ new wide receivers coach, Sanjay Lal. Speaking from the team’s minicamp, Beasley says thanks to Lal, he will be working on his route-running demeanor. He also offered this quote:

That’s not exactly an endorsement of the previous wide receivers coach, Derek Dooley.

Dooley, the former Tennessee Vols head coach, coached Cowboys wide receivers from 2013-2017 — all but one of the years since Beasley has been a part of the team. Maybe Dooley has reasons for his style, but it sure seems like Beasley appreciates getting specific direction from his coach. Between this and his interesting tweet this offseason, Beasley is making some headlines.

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