Free agent wide receiver Cole Beasley is still on the search for a new team. Heading into year 11, Beasley has gotten interest from several teams but has not yet received the offer he is looking for.

According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, Beasley is looking for a deal that would pay him more than the veteran minimum. He is willing to wait until he finds a team who will give him this.

Beasley is coming off of a season where he tied a career-high in receptions with 82. He recorded 693 receiving yards and one touchdown. His 8.5 yards per reception was tied for the least amount of his career.

Throughout his career, he has proven to be one of the best slot receivers in the NFL. He has caught 550 receptions for 5,709 receiving yards and 34 touchdowns.

Through 149 career games, Cole Beasley has averaged 10.4 yards per reception and 38.3 yards per game.

As training camp reaches the end of its first week, there is a belief that Beasley will soon try to sign with a team.

When looking at what teams could make the most sense for Beasley, there are a few that stick out in particular. Whether it be due to fit, or a lack of depth, Beasley could still manage to make an impact somewhere in the league.


Here are the three best destinations for Cole Beasley

Dallas Cowboys

Cole Beasley has already made it clear that he has an interest in returning to the Dallas Cowboys.

In a recent Twitter exchange, Cole Beasley was asked if he would be interested in a reunion with the Cowboys. He responded by saying, “To play with Dak I would.”

Beasley, who made it clear that he is willing to wait to sign, is showing that a trip to Dallas could be what he wants.