Ranking the in-house replacements if Cole Beasley retires
The third-most likely replacement for Cole Beasley: Marquez Stevenson
Marquez Stevenson, the team’s 6th round selection out of the University of Houston could potentially be a replacement for Beasley. One of the biggest reasons is the fact Stevenson has game-changing speed that when he’s put in space can turn a short-yardage situation into a chunk gain. On top of that, there’s got to be some added motivation for being a sixth-round pick.
With some coaching needed by Bills wide receiver coach Chad Hall, the growth by Stevenson can be achieved. Hall entered the league as an undrafted free agent and was able to play for four years with a handful of teams.
Stevenson will most likely not be the guy as his route tree isn’t the greatest, and has been known more for his time off of the field than on it. Injuries did take a toll on him throughout his college career, raising durability issues. His shot to stick on this roster is to excel at special teams,
Best wishes to Stevenson in his attempts to replace Cole Beasley, as the road won’t be an easy one.