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Beasley showed flashes of great play in 2012.
Dallas is pretty set at all of the skill positions on the offensive side of the ball, with familiar faces Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, Dez Bryant and Jason Witten.
The one place there is some debate is at the third wide receiver spot. Last year Kevin Ogletree often started there, with Dwayne Harris slowly taking over by year’s end.
Ogletree left in free agency, leaving Harris as the favorite for now. However in 2013, there’s much more competition.
In the draft’s third round, the Cowboys selected Baylor’s Terrance Williams to add to the picture. Although he’s only regarded as an outside option, there has been discussion that Miles Austin could move to slot receiver when Williams is on the field.
The other competitors for the third receiver position are Cole Beasley, Anthony Armstrong and Danny Coale. Of the three, Beasley could surprise people and have an immediate impact on the offense.