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DaMarcus Beasley reports that he had offers from ‘good’ teams during free agency but hinted that it would have taken something extra special to pry him away from the Dynamo.

Beasley is set to play his fifth consecutive season in Houston. This is the second consecutive year he has signed a free agent contract, though last year it took him until February 10 to make up his mind. This year he re-signed on Jan. 10.

The four-time World Cup participant was upbeat as he answered questions following Saturday’s training session, saying that he feels like ‘part of the family.’

“I had a couple different teams with offers, good teams, but at the end of the day I’m a Dynamo through and through,” Beasley said. “I have been here a while. I like the direction of the club with what (general manager) Matt (Jordan) and (president) Chris (Canetti) are trying to do with this project.”

Beasley, 35, has appeared in 86 games since arriving in Houston in the summer of 2014. As coach Wilmer Cabrera’s first choice at left back, he started 22 games last season.
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DaMarcus Beasley: ‘I’m a Dynamo through and through’

By Corey Roepken Published 10:00 am, Monday, January 29, 2018

Dynamo defender DaMarcus Beasley is back for a fifth season with Houston. The 35-year old has been playing professionally since 2000. Photo: Michael Ciaglo/Houston Chronicle

Houston Dynamo defender DaMarcus Beasley (7) gets away from Sporting Kansas City forward Latif Blessing’s (9) tackle during the first half of the first-round playoff MLS match at BBVA Compass Stadium Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, in Houston. ( Yi-Chin Lee / Houston Chronicle )
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Dynamo defender DaMarcus Beasley is back for a fifth season with Houston. The 35-year old has been playing professionally since 2000.

DaMarcus Beasley reports that he had offers from ‘good’ teams during free agency but hinted that it would have taken something extra special to pry him away from the Dynamo.

Beasley is set to play his fifth consecutive season in Houston. This is the second consecutive year he has signed a free agent contract, though last year it took him until February 10 to make up his mind. This year he re-signed on Jan. 10.

The four-time World Cup participant was upbeat as he answered questions following Saturday’s training session, saying that he feels like ‘part of the family.’

“I had a couple different teams with offers, good teams, but at the end of the day I’m a Dynamo through and through,” Beasley said. “I have been here a while. I like the direction of the club with what (general manager) Matt (Jordan) and (president) Chris (Canetti) are trying to do with this project.”

Beasley, 35, has appeared in 86 games since arriving in Houston in the summer of 2014. As coach Wilmer Cabrera’s first choice at left back, he started 22 games last season.

Fellow left back Dylan Remick, who the Dynamo acquired in the 2017 Re-Entry Draft, proved throughout the season he is ready for more responsibility. With 13 starts and 14 appearances under his belt, the 26-year old is likely to give Beasley a strong challenge for the starting spot in 2018.

Remick may have youth on his side, but Beasley has experience and motivation. He said he is looking forward to making a difference again in his 19th professional season.

“I take it year by year,” he said. “As long as my body feels good and I feel like I can contribute (then I’ll play). I’m not going to be one of those players who should have retired 10 years ago. I’m going to be honest with myself, honest with my legs, my body and how I feel. I feel great. I’m excited about the season. I’m motivated. I’m happy to be here.”

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