The Cowboys have reached an agreement on a four-year, $13.6 million deal with wide receiver Cole Beasley, according to a source. With performance incentives, he could make as much as $15.1 million off the new contract. “He’s a really interesting player,” Garrett said in January. “He’s got a lot of unique skills, he’s a hard matchup for guys, he’s hard to cover in man, he’s hard to cover in zone.(Dallas Morning News)
FF Today's Take:Beasley was a restricted free agent but the Cowboys chose to lock their slot receiver for the next four years. Beasley did most of his damage last season from Week 12 on when averaged 50 yards per game through the playoffs. Beasley will have his moments, but competing for targets with Dez Bryant, Jason Witten and Terrance Williams won't make him a consistent fantasy receiver.