Cole Beasley had a highly successful career in the NFL, and after his recent retirement fans have been wondering what his plans are now.
How much is Cole Beasley's net worth?
With that many incredible teams on his sheet, it's no surprise that Beasley is worth a huge $14 million.
Not bad for 11 years work!
The star joined the NFL as a wide receiver and rapidly became one of the most in-demand players in the game.
Cole was first noticed when playing college football for Southern Methodist University in University Park, Texas.
He first joined the Dallas Cowboys and played for them from 2012 to 2018.
Beasley then signed for the Buffalo Bills in 2019, where he stayed until 2022.
Fans were surprised when, just two weeks after signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he announced his retirement plans.
His agent said in a statement: “He is ready to be with his family after playing in 11 seasons and it’s time to be a full-time dad and husband.”
He has three children, Ace, Everett and Jovie with his wife, Kyrstin Beasley.
Reports say his original deal with the Dallas Cowboys was a three-year contract for $1,441,500, plus a signing bonus of $1,500 and an annual average salary of $480,500.
By 2015, as his star was rising his next contract with the team for $13,606,000, with a signing bonus of $4 million.
By then, his annual average salary had risen to $3,401,500.
For his move to the Buffalo Bills, he signed a four-year contract for $29 million with a signing bonus of $6 million.
His average salary was a whopping $7,250,000.
His contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was a base salary of a base salary of $124,444, but he lasted only two weeks.
Away from the NFL he also had a music career, releasing a single, 80 Stings, in 2017 followed by an album, The Autobiography, in 2018. He released his second single, Sometimes, in 2020.
Beasley made multiple controversial comments surrounding the Covid-19 vaccine, saying: "I may die of covid, but I’d rather die actually living…. take my chances with Covid and build up my immunity that way. Eat better. Drink water. Exercise and do what I think is necessary to be a healthy individual."
He later released a statement saying: “I wanted to start this off by saying I’m not anti or pro-vax. I’m pro-choice. Information is being withheld from players in order for a player to be swayed in a direction he may not be comfortable with.”
Beasley was later fined by the NFL for breaching their mask requirements for unvaccinated players.