Wide receiver Cole Beasley is reportedly generating "serious interest" from multiple NFL teams but has opted to remain a free agent while awaiting the "right opportunity."

Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network reported Friday that Beasley wants to join a Super Bowl contender and there's "no deal imminent" on that front despite contract offers from other clubs.

The Buffalo Bills released Beasley in March after they failed to find a trade partner for the 33-year-old wideout, who'd been granted the opportunity to talk with other teams about a potential move.

He was a highly effective slot receiver across three years in Buffalo, tallying 231 receptions for 2,438 yards and 11 touchdowns across 46 appearances.

In August, Beasley wrote on Twitter he wasn't disappointed about his departure from the Bills despite the solid numbers.