By RJ Ochoa
There’s been an awful lot said about and said by the Dallas Cowboys wide receivers over the last few weeks.
Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones have both downplayed the idea of having a “true No. 1” receiver, Jerry even noted that they haven’t had one “in several years” this week. They said those things publicly, even though they have wide receivers that play for the football team that they manage. That couldn’t have made the wideouts feel great.
Beasley took to Twitter in defense of some comments he’d previously made about Houston’s DeAndre Hopkins when Hop got his big-time contract extension in early 2017. He doubled-down on his stance and called Hopkins a great player but also expressed belief in himself.
Ask your average NFL head coach or front office figure and they’ll tell you that they’d prefer that their players aren’t on Twitter. We’ve seen the firestorm that can accompany social media activity when it comes to the Cowboys, this particular instance didn’t get out of hand it was more just Beasley expressing himself....