Vic Beasley
Vic Beasley
28-Year-Old Defensive EndDE
Tennessee Titans
NFI-A
Injury Undisclosed
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Beasley joined the Titans during the 2020 offseason on a one-year, $9.5 million deal. Across his five seasons in Atlanta, he racked up 37.5 sacks, 11 forced fumbles and 36 tackles for loss. However, he didn't consistently get to the quarterback, as he has registered more than five sacks in only two seasons. As a member of the Titans, he'll be tasked with being one the team's primary pass-rushers, particularly given the offseason departures of Jurrell Casey and Cameron Wake. As the No. 8 overall pick in the 2015 draft, Beasley will like to add more consistency to his game and use a strong 2020 campaign to secure a lucrative long-term deal. Read Past Outlooks
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$Signed a one-year, $9.5 million contract with the Titans in March of 2020.
Moves to NFI list
DETennessee Titans
Undisclosed
August 11, 2020
The Titans placed Beasley (undisclosed) on the active/non-football injury list Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
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Last Friday, Beasley finally arrived at the Titans' facility after failing to report on time at the end of July. He began the process of COVID testing, which he completed by getting a negative result three times in four days. However, his physical tripped him up, resulting in Tuesday's move. He'll have to pass this final step before he can join his teammates for training camp.
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Snap Distribution / Depth Chart
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  1. Vic BeasleyNFI-A
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Measurables Review
How do Vic Beasley's measurables compare to other defensive ends?
This section compares his draft workout metrics with players at the same position. The bar represents the player's percentile rank. For example, if the bar is halfway across, then the player falls into the 50th percentile for that metric and it would be considered average.
Height
6' 3"
 
Weight
246 lbs
 
40-Yard Dash
4.53 sec
 
Shuttle Time
4.15 sec
 
Cone Drill
6.91 sec
 
Vertical Jump
41.0 in
 
Broad Jump
130 in
 
Bench Press
35 reps
 
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Vic Beasley
IDP Analysis: Beasley MIA
5 days ago
Mario Puig checks in with this week’s IDP news that could affect upcoming drafts, including in Tennessee where Vic Beasley neglected to report to the Titans facility until Friday.
2020 Training Camp Preview: Tennessee Titans
14 days ago
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82 days ago
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85 days ago
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150 days ago
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all the NFL news from Tuesday, with Tom Brady finding a new NFL home and Cam Newton not too far behind.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
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Though both are products of the Clemson football program, Beasley's career has traveled along a trajectory completely opposite to that of Grady Jarrett. A highly-touted prospect who ended up the No. 8 overall pick in 2015, Beasley came out of the gates on absolute fire, racking up 11 tackles for loss, six forced fumbles and an NFL-best 15.5 sacks by his second pro season. Since then, however, his production has dwindled substantially. His fifth-year option of $12.8 million once seemed guaranteed to be picked up by the team, but that decision was a difficult one for the front office to make and was greeted with much dissension from the fan base once finally agreed to. Over the past 30 games, he's managed 10 sacks, an underwhelming tally for a player who once offered so much promise. But the Falcons' brass still sees elite upside in Beasley, who will be expected to spark the team's pass rush in 2019 opposite Takkarist McKinley.
It appeared inevitable that Beasley was on his way to NFL superstardom after he paced the league with 15.5 sacks and earned first-team All-Pro honors in 2016, but a hamstring injury and a position change to outside linebacker stymied his productivity as a pass rusher last season. When Duke Riley suffered a knee injury in a Week 7 matchup against New England, the Falcons were forced to shuffle their front seven, which resulted in Beasley assuming an outside linebacker role for six games. With a fully-rehabilitated group of linebackers, Beasley will return to his natural position of defensive end in 2018, where he will be capable of utilizing his dynamic skills as a speed rusher to reach the double-digit sack threshold for the second time in four years.
The Falcons appear to have struck gold with Beasley, the eighth overall selection in the 2015 draft. Beasley posted four sacks during his rookie season, and while the Falcons were optimistic he could build on those numbers as a sophomore, few expected him to finish the year as the league leader in sacks with 15.5. Beasley should only continue to improve as a player in his third year, but it's also worth noting that he benefited from the Falcons' historic offense, which forced opponents to play catch up through the air, giving Beasley plenty of opportunities to sell out on the pass. The departure of an offensive coordinator rarely impacts a defensive star, but it's very likely that Atlanta's offense will take a step back this season, meaning Beasley may not have as many chances to rush in expected passing downs. That being said, he's still a beast, and double-digit sack numbers seem like a manageable target.
Double-check on Beasley's positional classification in your league - he has reportedly moved to linebacker but was still listed at DE on NFL.com as of press time – but if he maintains DL eligibility while playing more like a linebacker in real life, it could be a profitable loophole to exploit. Regardless, Beasley's main appeal is his pass-rushing potential, as he was a dominant disruptor in college and possesses an athletic profile similar to Von Miller's. His tally of 26 tackles and four sacks in 539 snaps wasn't bad for a rookie year, but much more can be expected in 2016.
The Falcons wouldn’t have spent the 8th overall pick in the draft on Beasley if they didn’t see him as a long term defensive starter, but his his role as a rookie is still up in the air. Beasley is listed as a defensive end, but he’ll likely end up in the “Leo” position as a hybrid linebacker/defensive end. One thing for sure is that Beasley will be asked to rush the quarterback, especially considering the Falcons ranked near the bottom of the league in terms of total sacks (22) recorded in 2014. Beasley has been compared to Von Miller and Bruce Irvin, both of whom recorded at least eight sacks in their rookie campaign. The Falcons would love if Beasley could come close to double-digit sacks and 30-60 tackles in his rookie season.
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Shows up to team facility
DETennessee Titans
August 7, 2020
Beasley reported to the Titans on Friday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.
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Should join teammates soon
DETennessee Titans
Undisclosed
July 30, 2020
General manager Jon Robinson expects Beasley (undisclosed) to report to training camp in the near future, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
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Still away from team
DETennessee Titans
Undisclosed
July 29, 2020
Beasley (undisclosed) didn't report for COVID-19 testing with rest of the Titans on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
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Has not reported to camp
DETennessee Titans
Undisclosed
July 28, 2020
The Titans placed Beasley on the reserve/did not report list Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
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Headed for Tennessee
DEAtlanta Falcons
March 17, 2020
Beasley agreed Tuesday on a contract with the Titans, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports.
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