Beasley On Deion Saying He Should Take A Pay Cut: "I'm Underpaid Boss"

Josh Clark
March 28, 2018 - 5:42 pm
Cole Beasley

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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley shot back at Deion Sanders for telling 105.3 The Fan that he and Jason Witten should be asked to take a pay cut.

"I’m confused why this is even a topic at all. 3 wr’s are getting paid more than me on the team. Sounds like fishin to me. So is it supposed to be a race thing. I’m underpaid boss. 1 bad year now y’all wanna talk. U got it bro," Beasley posted on Twitter in response to Sanders' appearance with Shan and RJ. 

Earlier Wednesday, Sanders tweeted that he wanted to unleash some "truth and fire" on a radio show, and 105.3 The Fan was there to oblige.

"I feel like talking junk on a radio show for a few minutes. Who want it. I got Truth and Fire what ya want? Send me the #. I'm calling in Live right now! Let's go yall. I keeps it 100! Truth," Sanders said on Twitter.

Roy White from Shan & RJ replied, and boom, Primetime was calling in a few minutes later. 

So what "truth and fire" did Deion want to talk about? He said he was wide open, so of course, the guys jumped right into the number one topic of the offseason in Dallas, Dez Bryant.

"The Cowboys have been playing some games in the media so what should happen with Dez," Shan Shariff asked Sanders.

"Do you have any alternate that's better than Dez? So, what's the problem? You're asking Dez to take a pay cut but you aren't asking Witten, Cole Beasley, or any of these other dudes to take a pay cut. How is that possible," Deion questioned. "Cole Beasley and what's the other little guy's name that look just like Cole Beasley (Ryan Switzer)? Aren't they the same guy? Why do we have two of the same guys on the same team?"

Beasley is entering the final year of his contract that carries a cap hit of $4.25 million.