Inside Cole Beasley's Soaring Net Worth: How Much is the Football Player valued at in 2021?
Cole Beasley spent seven seasons of his NFL career with The Dallas Cowboys, after which he signed with the Buffalo Bills. The Texas-born football player is currently the wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills. Before joining the Cowboys as an undrafted agent, Cole played football at Southern Methodist University.
Beasley played quarterback, punted, returned punts and defense at Little Elm high school, where his father, Mike Beasley, was the head coach. Often thought to be an underrated player, Cole's name has been trending on the internet lately. Ahead is a look at Cole's career highlights and his accumulated net worth so far.
Beasley's Colossal Net Worth in 2021!
National Football League player's enormous net worth and a hefty fee are common worldwide, and Beasley's fortune is somewhat the same. As of 2021, Cole's net worth is estimated to be a whopping $25 million. In 2020, it was approximated at around $14 million.
Beasley's estimated net worth in 2021 is a staggering figure. Photo source: CNN
Cole had signed a four-year $29 million contract with the Bills in 2019, including a $6,000,000 signing bonus. His annual salary is estimated at around $3,400,000. In 2021, he will rake base salary of $4,700,000, a roster bonus of $941,165
Cole's contract details with the Cowboy aren't revealed, but he was reportedly signed for a four-year worth $13.6 million in 2015 by the Cowboy. Beasley Beasley also rakes extra endorsing brands. His considerable wealth became apparent last year when he listed his Texas home for $1.2 million.
Cole is in hot water, and he won't rectify what caused it. Photo source: Celebs Wood
Cole finished with 82 catches for 967 yards in 2020. Despite having a good run in the league and being a top-30 receiver in the last season, Cole isn't receiving much love from people and experts. Cole's name didn't make it to the ESPN consensus ranking of the top-50 wideouts for 2021.
Is Cole Beasley Retiring?
"I'd rather retire than get Covid-19 vaccine," said the 32 years old wide receiver. Beasley's defiance came days later; the NFL reiterated the Covid protocols for their players. Cole's tweet further read, "I'm not vaccinated. I'll be out in public. If you are scared of me, then steer clear or get vaccinated."
"If I'm forced into retirement so be it," wrote Beasley. Photo source: ETN
While Beasley's incentive tweet has resulted in an incessant backlash against him, he isn't budging either. He further writes, "If I'm forced into retirement so be it." Even though there are still two years remaining in his four-year contract with the Bills, Cole's future in the NFL is seriously being questioned nonetheless.
Cole is undoubtedly an integral member of the team: After scoring a career-high with 82 catches, and 967 receiving yards, he was named second-team All-Pro in 2020. Experts suggest players like Gabriel Davis, Isaiah McKenzie could step into his role if he keeps his defiance against the League and opts to retire.
For more information and news on your favorite stars, stay connected to Glamour Fame.