Sources: Cowboys, WR Cole Beasley agree on four-year, $13.6M deal

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While Dez Bryant (88) got the franchise tag, Cole Beasley (11) got a new deal. (USA TODAY Sports)
While Dez Bryant (88) got the franchise tag, Cole Beasley (11) got a new deal. (USA TODAY Sports)

The Dallas Cowboys and wide receiver Cole Beasley have agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth up to $13.6 million with $7 million in guarantees and a signing bonus of $4 million, multiple league sources told Yahoo Sports.

Beasley, a restricted free agent, caught 37 passes for 420 yards and had a career-high four touchdown receptions last season, his third in the league. In the Cowboys' final six games of the season, including two playoff contests, Beasley caught a total of 22 passes for 271 yards and three scores.

Beasley signed with the Cowboys in 2012 as an undrafted slot receiver.