Buffalo Bills slot receiver Cole Beasley is at it again, complaining about the NFL and its COVID regulations after being sent home.
Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott must be really tired of Cole Beasley’s act.
After being sent home last week due to COVID protocols as an unvaccinated close contact, the Bills’ slot receiver is tweeting through his angst once again. The 32-year-old fired off a litany of missives through the social media platform, saying he doesn’t understand the point of masks, nor the NFL’s stance on the virus.
Cole Beasley doesn’t understand the NFL’s policy or mask mandates
While Beasley is within his rights to continue avoiding the jab, the NFL is within its rights to make his life very difficult as he remains one of the holdouts from the vaccine. And, with the NFL being a multi-billion business intent on not missing any games, the league will continue to present draconian sanctions for those putting its money at risk.
Furthermore, the Bills have to be growing weary of Beasley’s stance. For starters, one of their best players is a constant lightning rod for both the national and local media on a very important topic. More importantly, Beasley is putting the entire team at risk of an outbreak, something which could cost Buffalo a win as it tries to chase down the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC.
After making All-Pro last year, Beasley is very likely to make the final roster due to his inarguable talent. However, Buffalo has to be cringing at the thought of what his beliefs could cause in the coming months for its team.