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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Neiko Thorpe (23) attempts the stop as Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley (11) returns a punt during an NFC wild-card NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019.(AP Photo/Roger Steinman)

General Manager Brandon Beane did his best to upgrade the skill positions on offense to give Josh Allen the best chance to succeed on gameday.

In total, the Bills added tight end Tyler Kroft and four wide receivers include Duke Williams, who had a successful stint in the CFL to go along with John Brown and Cole Beasley.

It’s the former Cowboys receiver that could be a difference maker in Brian Daboll’s offense, and Allen is excited for an opporutnity to work with one of the best slot guys in the NFL.

“Cole Beasley’s been doing it for a long time now. He’s been one of the most productive slot guys dating back to the last five or six years. It’s going to be fun working with him, understanding what he thinks, starting to communicate and getting on the field whenever we can,” Allen told reporters on their first day of offseason workouts on Monday.

“But, it’s very helpful for an offense when you know that he’s not a safety valve, but he’s going to be there and you can trust on him to win. It’s going to take practice, a lot of repetition so that I’m on the same page as him and vice versa.”

Beasley entered the league in 2012 as an undrafted free agent after wrapping up his college career at Southern Methodist University.

He spent the first seven years of his career with the Dallas Cowboys, catching 319 passes for 3,271 yards and 23 touchdown.

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